Teams and Businesses

Team members: Get started with 1Password

Learn how to set up and use 1Password to save and fill passwords, share with your team, and more.

Get started

1Password keeps you safe online and helps you collaborate with your team at work. Convenient security starts here.

Join your team

To join your team, you’ll need to be invited. If you haven’t already received an invitation, ask your team administrator.

Accept your invitation, and follow the onscreen instructions. You’ll be asked to choose a Master Password, which you’ll use to unlock 1Password. You can click “Want help choosing?” to have 1Password create one for you.

When you’re done, you’ll see your Home page.

Get to know your vaults

On your Home page, you’ll see your vaults. Vaults are containers for items like your passwords and documents. You’ll also use them to share information with other people on your team. You’ll start with at least two:

  • Your Private vault is where you’ll keep work-related items that don’t need to be shared with your team, like your password for your work email account.

  • The Shared vault has items that everyone on your team can access.

Learn how to view and edit items in vaults

Share with others

You may have access to additional vaults that are shared with other people on your team. If you need a new vault for a special project, ask your team administrator.

To share an item with someone, move it into a vault you share with them.

Learn how to move and copy items

Get the apps

1Password is available on all your devices, so you’ll always have all your information with you. Any changes you make on one device are immediately available everywhere else.

There’s also a lot more you can do with the apps, like filling passwords automatically, so you should set up the apps right after you join your team.

If you already use 1Password, learn how to add your new account to the apps.

Get the apps

Save, fill, and change your passwords

After you install the 1Password apps, you can start using the 1Password extension to automatically save and fill passwords on all the sites you visit on the web.

But the most important thing to do is to use 1Password to change your passwords and make them stronger. Now that you have everything set up, you can get started on that now!

Learn how to save, fill, and change passwords