With a Secrets Automation workflow, you can securely access your 1Password items and vaults in your company’s apps and cloud infrastructure using a private REST API provided by a 1Password Connect server:
- Control which team members and applications have access to which tokens.
- Monitor and audit access token usage.
- Secure your applications by choosing when tokens expire. You can also revoke tokens at any time.
Manage Secrets Automation managers
With 1Password Business, you can create a custom group to manage who can access Secrets Automation. Then add the group to the Secrets Automation managers:
Issue, revoke, or rename an access token
To issue, revoke, or rename an access token:
To issue an access token click New Token and follow the onscreen instructions.
To revoke an access token, click next to the token you want to revoke, then click Revoke.
To rename an access token, click next to the token you want to rename, then click Rename.
When you issue or revoke an access token, the number of vault access credits for that environment will update to reflect current usage. Learn more about Secrets Automation billing.
Grant or revoke access to vaults
To grant or revoke access to vaults:
- Sign in to your account on 1Password.com and click Integrations in the sidebar.
- Choose the Secrets Automation environment where you want to grant or revoke access to vaults.
- In the Vaults section, click Manage, choose the vaults you want to add or remove, then click Update Vaults.
You can only add or remove vaults that are already in the environment. To grant access to additional vaults, set up a new Secrets Automation environment.
When you grant or revoke access to vaults in a Secrets Automation environment, the number of vault access credits for that environment will also change. Learn more about Secrets Automation billing.