Create and edit items
When you open 1Password, you’ll see a list of all your items, like your passwords and credit cards. Select an item to see its details:
To create an item, click New Item (Ctrl + N). Then choose the type of item to create. Enter the details and click Save.
To edit an item, select it and click Edit (Ctrl + E). When you’re done making changes, click Save.
To see only certain types of items, select Categories in the sidebar and choose an item type. Select All Items to see everything in the current vault.
Use 1Password in your browser
The 1Password extension lets you fill passwords, credit cards, and addresses directly in Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.
Searching is the fastest way to find what you need in 1Password.
To search in 1Password, use the search field above the list of items (Ctrl + F).
To change how items are sorted in the list, click Sort above the search field.
For example, you can sort your items by the date last you last made changes to them.
Organize with favorites and tags
Select Favorites in the sidebar to quickly access your favorite items. To mark an item as a favorite, select it and click Favorite.
Use tags to organize your items and find them easily. To create a tag, edit an item, enter the name of the tag in the tags field, and click Save. To add multiple tags to an item, separate them with commas. To see your tags, click Tags in the sidebar.
You can use vaults in 1Password to organize your items and share them with others. If you have multiple 1Password accounts, each account will have its own vaults.
To switch to a specific vault or view all the vaults in a specific account, select All Vaults (Ctrl + D) and choose a vault or account.
Move items between vaults
To move items from one vault to another:
- Select an item. Select multiple items by holding down the Ctrl key and selecting them. Select all the items in a list by pressing Ctrl + A.
- Click Share.
Select the vault where you want to move the item(s), then choose Move.
Watchtower tells you about password breaches and other security problems on the websites you have saved in 1Password.
You can temporarily enlarge a password to make it easier to see while entering it on another device or reading it aloud.
To enlarge a password, hover over it and click AA (Ctrl + L).
To move an item to the Trash, click Edit (Ctrl + E), then click Move to Trash (Ctrl + Del). To move multiple items to the Trash, select them, then right-click them and choose “Move to trash” (Ctrl + Del).
To delete the items in the Trash, right-click Trash and choose Empty Trash.
When you’re done using 1Password, you can lock it. To lock 1Password, click in the top right corner (Windows logo key + Shift + L). Unlock 1Password again by entering your Master Password.