Set up AutoFill
Before you can use 1Password to fill and save your information, you’ll need to set up 1Password on your device. Then follow these steps:
- On the Home screen, tap Settings.
- Tap Passwords & Accounts > AutoFill Passwords.
- Turn on AutoFill Passwords.
- Select 1Password.
From now on, you’ll be able to fill and save passwords, without ever opening the 1Password app.
To stop iCloud Keychain from asking to save your passwords, deselect iCloud Keychain. Then you’ll always know passwords are saved in 1Password, without any confusion.
Fill and save passwords
To fill or save a password, visit a website in Safari or open an app, and tap a username or password field. If you have a Login saved for the website or app, you’ll see your username above the keyboard. If not, you’ll see Passwords.
To fill a Login, tap your username above the keyboard. If you have more than one Login for the website or app, tap to choose a different one.
To save a Login, tap Passwords above the keyboard. Then tap Create Login, enter your username and password, and tap Save & Fill.
AutoFill requires iOS 12 or later.
If you have a Login item in 1Password that’s not appearing when you attempt to fill:
- in an app, tap Passwords to see all of your Login items and choose the one you want to fill.
- in Safari, you may need to edit the item to make sure its website field matches the website.
If you’re an iOS app developer, set up your app’s associated domains.
If you still need help, follow these steps:
- Make sure you have the latest version of iOS
- Make sure you have the latest version of 1Password.
- Make sure that you set up 1Password.
- Make sure that you set up AutoFill.
To fill and save credit cards, addresses, and more, use the 1Password extension.
You can also fill passwords: