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Use the sidebar in 1Password

Learn how to use the sidebar to organize items, check for security issues, and more.

In the 1Password app, you can use the sidebar to quickly manage your items and vaults. Everything you need is at your fingertips from the moment you unlock the app.

Explore the sidebar

The sidebar in 1Password for Mac with All Items selected

At the top of the sidebar, you’ll see which account or collection is currently selected. The vaults you see in the sidebar correspond to that account or collection.

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts, click the account or collection and choose All Accounts to see all your vaults. To see your vaults in a single account or collection, choose it instead.

To see all the items in the account or collection you’ve selected, click All Items. To quickly access your favorite items, click Favorites. To view your Watchtower dashboard, click Watchtower.

To view all the items in a specific vault, click the name of the vault. You can use drag and drop to move items between vaults.

To create a vault, click . If you’re signed in to multiple accounts and have All Accounts selected, click beside the account where you’d like to create the vault.

To see items with a specific tag, click the name of the tag. You can drag an item onto a tag to apply that tag to the item.

To view your archived items, click Archive. To restore recently deleted items, click Recently Deleted.

The sidebar in 1Password for iOS with Home selected

At the top of the sidebar, you’ll see which account or collection is currently selected. The vaults you see in the sidebar correspond to that account or collection.

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts, tap the account or collection and choose All Accounts to see all your vaults. To see your vaults in a single account or collection, choose it instead.

To see your Home screen, tap Home. To view your Watchtower dashboard, tap Watchtower. To search for items you’ve saved in 1Password, tap Search.

To see all the items in the account or collection you’ve selected, tap All Items. To view all the items in a specific vault, tap the name of the vault.

To create a vault, tap New Vault. If you’re signed in to multiple accounts and have All Accounts selected, tap New Vault under the account where you’d like to create the vault.

To see items with a specific tag, tap the name of the tag.

To view your archived items, tap Archive. To restore recently deleted items, tap Recently Deleted.

To customize the sections you see in the sidebar, including the order, tap Customize.

The sidebar in 1Password for Windows with All Items selected

At the top of the sidebar, you’ll see which account or collection is currently selected. The vaults you see in the sidebar correspond to that account or collection.

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts, click the account or collection and choose All Accounts to see all your vaults. To see your vaults in a single account or collection, choose it instead.

To see all the items in the account or collection you’ve selected, click All Items. To quickly access your favorite items, click Favorites. To view your Watchtower dashboard, click Watchtower.

To view all the items in a specific vault, click the name of the vault. You can use drag and drop to move items between vaults.

To create a vault, click . If you’re signed in to multiple accounts and have All Accounts selected, click beside the account where you’d like to create the vault.

To see items with a specific tag, click the name of the tag. You can drag an item onto a tag to apply that tag to the item.

To view your archived items, click Archive. To restore recently deleted items, click Recently Deleted.

The sidebar in 1Password for Android with Home selected

At the top of the sidebar, you’ll see which account or collection is currently selected. The vaults you see in the sidebar correspond to that account or collection.

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts, tap the account or collection and choose All Accounts to see all your vaults. To see your vaults in a single account or collection, choose it instead.

To see your Home screen, tap Home. To view your Watchtower dashboard, tap Watchtower. To search for items you’ve saved in 1Password, tap Search.

To see all the items in the account or collection you’ve selected, tap All Items. To view all the items in a specific vault, tap the name of the vault.

To create a vault, tap New Vault. If you’re signed in to multiple accounts and have All Accounts selected, tap New Vault under the account where you’d like to create the vault.

To see items with a specific tag, tap the name of the tag.

To view your archived items, tap Archive. To restore recently deleted items, tap Recently Deleted.

To customize the sections you see in the sidebar, including the order, tap Customize.

The sidebar in 1Password for Linux with All Items selected

At the top of the sidebar, you’ll see which account or collection is currently selected. The vaults you see in the sidebar correspond to that account or collection.

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts, click the account or collection and choose All Accounts to see all your vaults. To see your vaults in a single account or collection, choose it instead.

To see all the items in the account or collection you’ve selected, click All Items. To quickly access your favorite items, click Favorites. To view your Watchtower dashboard, click Watchtower.

To view all the items in a specific vault, click the name of the vault. You can use drag and drop to move items between vaults.

To create a vault, click . If you’re signed in to multiple accounts and have All Accounts selected, click beside the account where you’d like to create the vault.

To see items with a specific tag, click the name of the tag. You can drag an item onto a tag to apply that tag to the item.

To view your archived items, click Archive. To restore recently deleted items, click Recently Deleted.

Customize the sidebar

You can customize certain sections that are shown in the sidebar. To get started, click your account or collection at the top of the sidebar and choose Preferences. Then click Appearance to find the Always Show in Sidebar options.

To turn on a section, click beside the name of the section. To turn it off, click .

The Appearance preferences in 1Password for Mac showing the Always Show in Sidebar options

You can customize which sections are shown in the sidebar, along with the order of the sections. To get started, scroll to the bottom of the sidebar and tap Customize.

To turn on a section, tap beside the name of the section. To turn it off, tap .

To rearrange sections, tap and hold the grab icon to the right of a section, then drag it to the place you want.

When you’re done making changes, tap Done.

The Customize screen showing the sidebar sections in 1Password for iOS

You can customize certain sections that are shown in the sidebar. To get started, click your account or collection at the top of the sidebar and choose Settings. Then click Appearance to find the Always Show in Sidebar options.

To turn on a section, click beside the name of the section. To turn it off, click .

The Appearance settings in 1Password for Linux showing the Always Show in Sidebar options

You can customize which sections are shown in the sidebar, along with the order of the sections. To get started, scroll to the bottom of the sidebar and tap Customize.

To turn on a section, tap beside the name of the section. To turn it off, tap .

To rearrange sections, tap and hold to the right of a section, then drag it to the place you want.

When you’re done making changes, tap .

The Customize screen showing the sidebar sections in 1Password for Android

You can customize certain sections that are shown in the sidebar. To get started, click your account or collection at the top of the sidebar and choose Settings. Then click Appearance to find the Always Show in Sidebar options.

To turn on a section, click beside the name of the section. To turn it off, click .

The Appearance settings in 1Password for Linux showing the Always Show in Sidebar options

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