Click on the 1Password button in your browser’s tool bar to display the extension menu.

Tip: In Internet Explorer, the Current Tab option may yield slightly better response time than the New Tab option.

In Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, the “open in” submenu includes an additional option, New Window:

URL matching

When you press Ctrl+\ in your 1Password-enabled browser:

  • If one Login matches the URL of the web page currently displayed, 1Password fills (and optionally submits) the form.
  • If multiple Logins match the URL of the web page currently displayed, 1Password displays a small menu near the pointer, from which you select the Login you want to use.
  • If no Logins match the URL of the web page currently displayed, the extension menu appears near the system tray icon, instead.

Copying data

In the extension menu, right-click on a Login, Credit Card, or Identity item to see a menu of data fields you can copy.

You can also mark (or unmark) the item as a “favorite” or open it in 1Password for editing or to copy a different field.

Searching

If the System Tray option is enabled on the General tab of 1Password preferences, you can invoke the extension and simply begin typing to search for Login items.

Next: The system tray icon →

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