Saving and filling passwords

How to save a Login manually in your browser

You can manually save a password for any website, even if 1Password does not automatically detect it.

Saving Logins manually can be helpful in some troubleshooting scenarios:

  • 1Password does not detect a new password or offer to save it.
  • A site that used to work with 1Password no longer fills in your information correctly.

Manually save a new Login

Follow these steps to force 1Password to save new login information for any page that is not working properly with 1Password.

  1. Visit the sign-in page for the website where you want to save a Login item.

  2. Enter your username and password. Do not press Enter or click Sign In.

  3. Click the 1Password button in your browser. If 1Password is locked, enter your Master Password.

    Click the 1Password button in your browser

  4. In 1Password, click the gear icon and choose New Login (or “Save new login” on Windows). Give your Login item a unique name, then click Save Login.

1Password mini after clicking the gear icon, with New Login selected
1Password mini after clicking the gear icon, with 'Save new Login' selected

You can then use the new Login item to sign in using 1Password.

Get more help

1Password should automatically ask you to save new usernames and passwords on most websites. If you always need to follow these steps to save logins manually, check your saving and filling settings in 1Password.

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