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Web Browser Extensions

1Password extensions provide access to all your 1Password data directly from your web browsers. These extensions allow you to launch your favorite site and apps, like Gmail and Commons, and automatically sign you in with a single click. You can also allow 1Password to save new logins from the browser.

The supported browsers for Mac OS X:

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  • Safari
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera

Install Extensions

Existing Users

For existing users, you will need to first uninstall your existing browser extensions.

You will most likely see a similar prompt as displayed here for your browser ( displayed is for Firefox ).

Click on the 'Uninstall Instructions' button and follow the instructions for your browser(s).

Once that is completed, continue with installing browser extensions.

  1. Start with launching 1Password.
  2. From the menu, click on 1Password, and select Install Browser Extensions....
  3. Your default browser, in this case Safari, will open 1Password's web browser extensions page.

  4. If installing for Safari, follow the instructions presented.

    Click on the 'Show all extensions' link to view the other available options.

  5. Click the 'Install' button for your browser. A download of the browser extension will begin.

  6. Once the download has completed, click on the 'Download' icon in your browser and select the downloaded 1Password file to install the extension.

  7. When prompted, click the 'Install' button to confirm.


  8. If the install is successful, you will be greeted with following message:

  9. You should now see the 1Password icon in your browser toolbar.

  10. Click on the 1Password icon to start using 1Password from your browser
  11. Repeat these steps if you use another browser with 1Password.

After installing web browser extension(s), continue with 1Password 5 Adding and Using LDAP Credentials for Mac.

For existing user, check out 1Password 5 Syncing for Mac

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Save passwords in 1Password

1Password can save your usernames and passwords when you sign in to websites, so you don’t have to remember them.

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To save an account in 1Password, sign in to your account on the website. 1Password will ask you to save your username and password. Click Save Login.

Your web browser might also ask to save your passwords. Because you’re using 1Password, you don’t need to save your passwords in your browser. Learn how to turn off your browser’s password manager.

Sign in to websites with 1Password

After you’ve saved your usernames and passwords for websites, 1Password can fill them for you.

If you’re on the sign-in page of a website

If you’re on the sign-in page of a website, click the 1Password button in your browser’s toolbar and select the item you want to fill. Then click AutoFill.

You can also fill your username and password with the keyboard shortcut Command-Backslash ().

If the item has a one-time password, press the keyboard shortcut again to fill it.

If you’re on another website

If you’re on another website, click the 1Password button in your browser’s toolbar and select the website you want to sign in to. Then click Go.

1Password will open the website and fill your username and password.

Sign up for a new account on a website

Use 1Password to create a strong password whenever you sign up for a new account on a website.

  1. Enter your account details on the sign-up page.
  2. Click the 1Password button in your browser, then click Generate Password.
  3. Adjust the settings for your new password, then click Save & Fill. Your password will be filled into the password field(s) on the page.
  4. Sign up for your account.
  5. 1Password will ask you to save your username and password. Click Save Login.

Save passwords in 1Password

1Password can save your usernames and passwords when you sign in to websites, so you don’t have to remember them.

To save an account in 1Password, sign in to your account on the website. 1Password will ask you to save your username and password. Click Save Login.

Your web browser might also ask to save your passwords. Because you’re using 1Password, you don’t need to save your passwords in your browser. Learn how to turn off your browser’s password manager.

Sign in to websites with 1Password

After you’ve saved your usernames and passwords for websites, 1Password can fill them for you.

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If you’re on the sign-in page of a website

If you’re on the sign-in page of a website, click the 1Password button in your browser’s toolbar and select the item you want to fill.

You can also fill your username and password with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + backslash ().

If the item has a one-time password, press the keyboard shortcut again to fill it.

If you’re on another website

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If you’re on another website, click the 1Password button in your browser’s toolbar and select the website you want to sign in to.

1Password will open the website and fill your username and password.

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Sign up for a new account on a website

Use 1Password to create a strong password whenever you sign up for a new account on a website.

  1. Enter your account details on the sign-up page.
  2. Click the 1Password button in your browser, then click .
  3. Adjust the settings for your new password, then click Copy and paste your password into the password field(s) on the page.
  4. Sign up for your account.
  5. 1Password will ask you to save your username and password. Click Save Login.