This was a beta feature that we removed because it was just not quite ready. Now that we’ve had more time to test and debug it, Vault Collections is back to help you with organizing your vaults by context, by purpose, or by whatever other means you find helpful.
Quick Access made its debut only two weeks ago with the Mac early access release, and now it comes to the Linux stable release! You can use this to very quickly access your usernames and passwords, a feature I find very helpful when I’m working with desktop applications. With only a few keystrokes, I can easy get my password for Steam, Thunderbird, Minecraft, or AWS, depending on what I want to do right now.
Since the beginning of the project, keyboard support and visual clarity has been paramount. Our recent improvements bring similar focus to screen readers.
1Password for Linux requires an environment variable in order to enable support for screen readers. In your environment, set ACCESSIBILITY_ENABLED=1. If you run bash, you can set this for all Electron-based applications globally by setting it in your .bashrc script, like so:
We maintain signed apt and rpm package repositories for Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, as well the Snap store. We also have a tar file for as-of-yet unsupported distributions. Let us know what distribution you use and how well 1Password works there.
We hope you are as excited about a 1Password Linux app as we are. To discuss this release, report issues, and talk with our development team, please join us in our Linux forum.
A variety of improvements to window management, visual glitches, and biometric prompting issues. !8047
The menu from right-clicking on an item is now consistent with the item detail’s overflow menu. #7835
Fixed the scrollbar in the vault icon selector view. #8063
Fixed a bug in which dismissing an error prompt during vault creation could cause 1Password to exit. !7753
New vaults will show up in the sidebar immediately after creation. !7753
Fixed some spacing issues in the item detail editor. !8114
In certain old items, the top section header was not editable if it contained a user-entered text. #7429
Fixed the grouping of commonly used categories in the category filter. #8447
1Password incorrectly didn’t fall back to the six-digit prompt for two-factor authentication for users who have security keys registered to their 1Password account. #8441
Quitting the app while the two-factor authentication prompt was open no longer prevents the prompt from showing up again. #8532
Fixed the UI glitch on the divider between the item list and item detail views when scrolling either the item list or the details view. #8393
Fix some problems with bringing 1Password to the foreground when triggered from the browser. #8531
Default the Setup Another Device view to the currently selected account !8126
Replaced “Unsecured URLs” with “Unsecured Websites” everywhere. #7367
Watchtower will now only check the first URL saved in the item when checking for unsecured website addresses. #6440
-Removed the Check for vulnerable password field option on the password fields. !8062,#8279