Teams and Businesses

Use the 1Password Slack app

Learn how to set up and configure the 1Password Slack app for your team.

The 1Password Slack app can automatically post messages in Slack when events happen on your team, like when new team members join or when someone signs in on a new device.

Sign in to your 1Password account, click Integrations in the sidebar, then click Slack to get started.

The Slack page under Integrations on

To connect the 1Password app to Slack, click Connect. If you’re not already signed in to Slack, sign in. Then click Allow.

If your workspace is in a Slack Enterprise Grid, click Go to Slack and add the app to your workspace. Then click and choose it.

Configure the 1Password Slack app

You can configure 1Password to post alerts, notifications, or both, and choose a channel for each.
Slack channels configured for 1Password alerts and notifications

Alerts are messages that require action:

  • Pending team member confirmations
  • Pending recoveries

After an action is completed, the message is automatically updated, so everyone else can see that it’s been resolved.

Notifications are informational messages:

  • Sign-ins
  • New device authorizations
  • Travel Mode was turned on or off

Invite your workspace to 1Password

If your workspace has fewer than a 1000 people, you can invite people from Slack to join your team on 1Password.

Click Invitations in the sidebar to get started. To invite everyone in your Slack workspace, click Invite Everyone. To invite people one by one, by channel, or by group, click Choose People to Invite.

The 1Password app will send a direct message to invite each person who hasn’t already joined your team.

Invite people in Slack from the Invitations page

Get help

If you want to get alerts or notifications in a private channel, add the 1Password app to the channel:

  1. In Slack, switch to the channel you want to use, then click .
  2. Click in the sidebar and choose Add apps.
  3. Find 1Password and click Add.

Then, on, reload the Slack settings page.

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