1Password Essentials

Saving, filling, and changing your passwords

Learn how to use 1Password to save your passwords, fill them, and change them to make them stronger

Save and fill passwords on the web

1Password works with all the sites you visit on the web. Set up the 1Password extension to get started.

Get started on your Mac or PC

Use the 1Password extension to save and fill passwords, and sign in to sites in Safari, Chrome, or Firefox.

Learn about the 1Password extension

the 1Password extension on a Mac

Get started on your iOS device

Use 1Password to fill and save in Safari and other apps.

Learn about filling and saving on iOS

iOS keyboard with username ready to AutoFill

Get started on your Android device

Use 1Password to fill and save passwords in browsers and other apps.

Learn about filling and saving on Android

Use Autofill to fill passwords

Do more with the 1Password extension

Once you’re comfortable saving and filling passwords, see how else the 1Password extension can help you stay safe and productive online.

Change your passwords

Replace old passwords with strong, unique passwords that you don’t have to remember.

Learn about changing your passwords

the password generator in the extension

Use the Quick Fill shortcut

Sign in to sites quickly by pressing Command-Backslash (\) on your Mac or Ctrl + backslash (\) on your Windows PC.

Learn about keyboard shortcuts

Press Command-Backslash

Fill credit cards and addresses

Along with passwords, 1Password can also fill your saved credit cards and addresses.

Learn about filling credit cards and addresses

Credit Cards and Identities in the extension

Fill two-factor authentication codes

1Password works as an authenticator for all your one-time passwords and two-factor authentication codes.

Learn about saving and filling one-time passwords

Two-factor code

Copy passwords easily

When automatic filling isn’t an option, you can copy passwords directly from 1Password into your apps.

Learn about copying passwords into other apps

Swipe right to copy a password on iOS