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Turn off the built-in password manager in your browser

Learn how to stop your browser from offering to save and fill your information, so it doesn’t interfere with 1Password.

To turn off the built-in password manager in your browser, make 1Password the default password manager:

  1. Click in your browser’s toolbar, then click the 1Password in your browser menu and choose Settings.
  2. In the General section, make sure “Make 1Password the default password manager” is turned on.

Then follow the additional steps for Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, or Brave.

If you’re using Safari

To stop Safari from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Click Safari in the menu bar and choose Preferences.
  2. Click the AutoFill icon.
  3. Turn off all the AutoFill web forms settings:
    • “Using information from my contacts”
    • “User names and passwords”
    • “Credit cards”
    • “Other forms”

The AutoFill tab in Safari preferences with every option turned off

Tip

If you’ve saved passwords in Safari, you can move them to 1Password to make sure they’re safe. Then you can delete your saved passwords from Safari.

If you’re using Chrome, Edge, or Brave

To stop Chrome, Edge, or Brave from offering to fill or automatically filling your passwords, you’ll need to delete the saved passwords in your browser:

If you’re using Firefox

To stop Firefox from offering to save and fill your credit cards or addresses:

  1. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar and choose Settings.
  2. Click Privacy & Security and scroll down to the Forms and Autofill section.
  3. Turn off “Autofill addresses” and “Autofill credit cards”.

The Forms and Autofill settings in Firefox with 'Autofill addresses' and 'Autofill credit cards' turned off

Tip

If you’ve saved passwords in Firefox, you can move them to 1Password to make sure they’re safe. Then you can delete your saved passwords from Firefox.


Safari

To stop Safari from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Open the Settings app, then scroll down and tap Passwords.
  2. Tap AutoFill Passwords and deselect iCloud Keychain.
  3. Tap Back > Settings.
  4. Tap Safari > AutoFill.
  5. Turn off Use Contact Info and Credit Cards.
The AutoFill Passwords page in the Settings app with iCloud Keychain deselected. width=The Safari Autofill page in the Settings app with 'Use Contact Info' and 'Credit Cards' turned off

Tip

If you’ve saved passwords in Safari, you can use a Mac to move them to 1Password to make sure they’re safe. Then you can delete your saved passwords from Safari.

Chrome

To stop Chrome from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Tap the Chrome menu and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords and turn off Offer To Save Passwords.
  3. Tap Settings, then tap Payment Methods.
  4. Turn off Save and Fill Payment Methods.
  5. Tap Settings, then tap Addresses and More.
  6. Turn off Save and Fill Addresses.
The Settings menu in Chrome with every filling option turned off

If Chrome still offers to fill your passwords, use your computer to move your saved passwords in Chrome to 1Password, then delete them from Chrome.

Firefox

To stop Firefox from offering to save and fill your passwords:

  1. Tap the Firefox menu and choose Passwords.

    If you don't see Passwords, choose Settings > Logins & Passwords.

  2. Turn off Save Logins.
The Logins & Passwords settings in Firefox with Save Logins turned off

If Firefox still automatically fills your passwords, use your computer to move your saved passwords in Firefox to 1Password, then delete them from Firefox.

Edge

To stop Edge from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Tap the Edge menu and choose Settings.
  2. Tap your account, then tap Passwords.

    If you're not signed in to Edge, tap Accounts > Passwords.

  3. Turn off Offer To Save Passwords.
  4. Tap the name of your account, then tap “Addresses and more”.

    If you're not signed in to Edge, tap Back > "Addresses and more".

  5. Turn off Save and Fill Addresses.
  6. Tap Back, then tap “Payment info”.
  7. Turn off Save and Fill Payment Methods.
The Account menu in Edge with every Saved Info option turned off

If Edge still offers to fill your passwords, use your computer to move any saved passwords in Edge to 1Password, then delete them from Edge.

Brave

To stop Brave from offering to save and fill your passwords:

  1. Tap the Brave menu and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Logins & Passwords.
  3. Turn off Save Logins.
The Logins & Passwords settings in Brave with Save Logins turned off

If Brave still automatically fills your passwords, use your computer to move any passwords saved in Brave to 1Password, then delete them from Brave.

To turn off the built-in password manager in your browser, make 1Password the default password manager:

  1. Click in your browser’s toolbar, then click the 1Password in your browser menu and choose Settings.
  2. In the General section, make sure “Make 1Password the default password manager” is turned on.

Then follow the additional steps for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, or Brave.

If you’re using Chrome, Edge, or Brave

To stop Chrome, Edge, or Brave from offering to fill your passwords, you’ll need to delete the saved passwords in your browser:

If you’re using Firefox

To stop Firefox from offering to save and fill your credit cards or addresses:

  1. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar and choose Settings.
  2. Click Privacy & Security and scroll down to the Forms and Autofill section.
  3. Turn off “Autofill addresses” and “Autofill credit cards”.

The Forms and Autofill settings in Firefox with 'Autofill addresses' and 'Autofill credit cards' turned off

Tip

If you’ve saved passwords in Firefox, you can move them to 1Password to make sure they’re safe. Then you can delete your saved passwords from Firefox.


Chrome

To stop Chrome from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Tap the Chrome menu   and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords, then turn off “Save passwords” and Auto Sign-in.
  3. Tap , then tap “Payment methods”.
  4. Turn off “Save and fill payment methods”.
  5. Tap , then tap “Addresses and more”.
  6. Turn off “Save and fill addresses”.
The Passwords settings in Chrome with 'Save passwords' and Auto Sign-in turned offThe 'Payment methods' settings in Chrome with 'Save and fill payment methods' turned offThe 'Addresses and more' settings in Chrome with 'Save and fill addresses' turned off

If Chrome still offers to fill your passwords, use your computer to move your saved passwords in Chrome to 1Password, then delete them from Chrome.

Firefox

To stop Firefox from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Tap the Firefox menu   and choose Settings.
  2. Tap “Logins and passwords”, then turn off Autofill in Firefox and “Autofill in other apps”.
  3. Tap “Save logins and passwords”, then choose “Never save”.
  4. Tap , then tap “Credit cards”.
  5. Turn off “Save and autofill cards”.
The 'Logins passwords' settings in Firefox with 'Save logins and passwords' set to 'Never save' and both Autofill in Firefox and 'Autofill in other apps' turned offThe 'Credit cards' settings in Firefox with 'Save and autofill cards' turned off

If Firefox still automatically fills your passwords, use your computer to move your saved passwords in Firefox to 1Password, then delete them from Firefox.

Edge

To stop Edge from offering to save and fill your information:

  1. Tap the Edge menu and choose Settings.
  2. Tap your account, then tap Passwords.

    If you're not signed in to Edge, tap Accounts > Passwords.

  3. Turn off “Save passwords”, Auto Sign-in, and “Autofill for other apps”.
  4. Tap , then tap “Addresses and more”.
  5. Turn off “Save and fill addresses”.
  6. Tap , then tap “Payment info”.
  7. Turn off “Save and fill payment info”.
The Account menu in Edge with every 'Saved info' option turned off

If Edge still offers to fill your passwords, use your computer to move any saved passwords in Edge to 1Password, then delete them from Edge.

Brave

To stop Brave from offering to save and fill your passwords:

  1. Tap the Brave menu   and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords.
  3. Turn off “Save passwords” and Auto Sign-in.
The Passwords settings in Brave with every 'Save passwords' and Auto Sign-in turned off

If Brave still automatically fills your passwords, use your computer to move any passwords saved in Brave to 1Password, then delete them from Brave.

Learn more

To turn off the password manager in a different browser, check its documentation.

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