- Everything is new! 🥰
- See our 1Password 8 for Mac showcase for more screenshots and features.
Today I have the honour of introducing the most powerful and capable 1Password ever. Wrapped in a gorgeous new design and blazingly fast, 1Password 8 is our love letter to Mac users everywhere. 💌
Mac is where it all began. Way back in 2006, Roustem and I coded the first version of 1Password on our shiny new PowerBook G4s. The love and support we received from the Mac community was tremendous and launched us to where we are today. 🥰
17 years later the pressure was on to create the best Mac app possible and I’m thrilled to say that the team delivered. 1Password 8 integrates deeper and tighter with macOS than ever to bring you the most modern, productive, and secure version of 1Password yet. 🙌
Modern, sleek design
We created an entirely new design language, code-named Knox, to unleash the power and productivity we’ve been dreaming of – all while preserving the heart and soul of 1Password. 😍
I absolutely adore our new design language. From the vibrant sidebar and unified toolbar to the typography and iconography, everything has been redesigned and recreated to feel right at home on macOS.
With 1Password 8, you can enjoy a fluid, consistent experience everywhere. The new design language extends seamlessly into 1Password for Safari.
It’s simply beautiful! But as Steve so eloquently said, design is not what it looks like. Design is how it works. The real delight comes from the new features that this design unleashes. 🚀
Next step productivity
I often hear that we’re in the security business, but I’ve always seen our super power as being productivity. We make the secure way, the easy way.
1Password 8 takes productivity to the next level with improved workflows and deeper integrations with macOS. It all starts with Quick Access.
Inspired by tools like Spotlight and Alfred, Quick Access is a floating panel that is always available, giving you access to all of your 1Password data, wherever you need it. Quick Access is fully keyboard-optimized, and it’s smart, too, suggesting the most relevant logins for the active application.
Quick Access is just one of the ways 1Password 8 will supercharge your productivity. And it’s fast. It’s hard to be productive when waiting for things to load, so we tuned every workflow to be super efficient. From unlock to search to filling, everything is quick and snappy.
Next step security & privacy
1Password 8 comes with the security and privacy guarantees you’ve come to expect from 1Password, along with new tools to keep you safer online. The new Watchtower Dashboard makes it super simple to get a pulse on your security and see where you need to improve.
Watchtower uses on-device analysis to calculate password strength and detect vulnerable passwords, giving you actionable and personalized advice while preserving your privacy.
All of your information is protected behind the best security design we’ve ever had. And when it’s time to unlock, use Touch ID or Apple Watch for a terrific passwordless experience.
Oh, and one more thing…
Nearly two decades ago we set out to create the most complete and deeply integrated password manager for Mac users. And today we’re thrilled to announce a new feature that raises that bar: you can now fill anywhere on your Mac using ⌘\.
We call it Universal Autofill, and you have to see it to believe it.
This is actually real! 1Password can now fill into Mac apps like Zoom, Spotify, and the App Store, and also other places like Terminal and system prompts. 🤯
We leverage the incredible accessibility frameworks provided by Apple to analyze the app structure. We then use the same brain that powers 1Password in your browser to accurately and securely fill fields and log you in.
Universal Autofill handles everything for you, including one-time 2FA codes. It even presses the Enter key for you.
All this is just a ⌘\ keystroke away.
I can’t wait for you to try it! Use our 1-click installer to get a release that’s optimized for your Mac, whether it’s Apple Silicon or Intel.
We loved creating this new experience for you and we’re excited to hear what you think. We have many ways to get in touch:
- Twitter Space tonight at 8pm Eastern
- AMA this Thursday at noon Eastern
- Product Hunt and our 1Password for Mac community
- @1Password on Twitter or me directly @dteare
- Live demo on Wednesday, May 17th @ noon Eastern.
I also wanted to give a special shout out to our 40,000 beta family members who have helped review and test 1Password 8 over the last 9 months. This release is so much better as a direct result of you and your dedication. Thank you for helping us make 1Password the best it can be. ❤️
Enjoy the new release, take care, and stay safe out there. 🙏🏻
- We’ve added language options for Korean and Japanese back to the app, along with updating other translations from Crowdin.
- You can now use Universal Autofill to fill information in the Firefox Nightly and Developer Edition.
- You can now right-click items to permanently destroy them in the Recently Deleted list.
- If you open an item in a new window, you’ll now see a toast notification when you perform actions like copying the contents of a field.
- Menu bar items, context menu options, and keyboard shortcuts now dynamically adjust based on the currently selected item or by what’s being shown in the app.
- We’ve introduced limits in the number of consecutive authentication prompts that will be shown when using the SSH agent.
- We’ve added additional animations to the lock screen.
- The location of the unlock checkmark on the lock screen shown when you unlock the app now changes depending on if you’re signed in to one or multiple 1Password accounts.
- Localization has been improved for a number of our supported languages using new translations from Crowdin.
- You can now use Universal Autofill to fill information in the DuckDuckGo browser.
- When using Universal Autofill, the app now makes sure the window you’re filling in is in focus before automatically submitting login details.
- Menu bar items now dynamically adjust when the main app window is minimized.
- We’ve added new option to restore the 1Password extension if it disappears in Safari (Help > Troubleshooting > Fix Missing Safari Extension).
- We’ve added support for PAC scripts and automatically configured proxies.
- We’ve made under-the-hood design improvements to the sign-in modals shown when you open the app for the first time.
- Diagnostic reports now include information about the model of your Mac.
- Diagnostic reports now include information about how frequently the SSH agent prompts you to authenticate.
- We’ve sped up the process of importing 1Password account credentials from iCloud Keychain for when showing the list of accounts to sign in.
- Secure Input in the app is now turned off by default for fields that are not concealed.
- We’ve localized the 1Password menu in the menu bar.
- 1Password now checks if a network proxy is usable prior to establishing its connections.
- The “Open in Browser” action is now the default when you open Quick Access over an app using the Quick Access keyboard shortcut. The Autofill shortcut will remain with the “Autofill” action by default.
- You can now search for items using their UUID.
- Closing the sign in modal before clicking Done will now immediately cancel the in-progress sign in attempt.
- Changing the language in the app now updates the keyboard shortcuts, move and duplicate item, and locked account modals if they were displayed without having to reopen them first.
- We’ve made a light visual improvement to the lock screen when Dark Mode is turned on.
- We’ve removed a potentially offensive word from the password generator word list.
- You can now drag items to the left side of the app’s main window to temporarily display the sidebar if it’s hidden.
- If you attempt to move or duplicate an item in the Archive list, vaults where you don’t have permission to archive items can no longer be chosen.
- If you attempt to duplicate an item in the Archive list to a vault where you don’t have permission to archive items, you can no longer select the option to delete the duplicate item.
- Clicking outside of a modal will no longer dismiss it from view.
- The 1Password 8 for Mac installer will now always appear centered on your screen when first opened.
- We’ve fixed an issue where Quick Access would show app and website icons even if the setting to show rich icons was turned off.
- We’ve fixed an issue when creating a new item where the vault selector would show an empty message for frozen accounts.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the password history button wouldn’t work when viewing an item in a new window.
- The app now displays the specific item date fields in the format you’ve chosen in your operating system’s settings.
- We’ve fixed an issue with the sizing and placement of the callout on the Watchtower dashboard that’s shown when a collection is selected.
- We’ve fixed an issue that where we incorrectly used the HTTP protocol when the SOCKS5 proxy option was selected, but the provided address didn’t include any protocol.
- We’ve fixed a few visual issues in the password generator that could cause text to be unnecessarily truncated.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue that would cause the search box to flash when clicking the button to clear the search field.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue related to the focus ring for selected items in the sidebar.
- We’ve fixed a visual issue that could cause empty space in the list of vaults shown when moving or duplicating an item if the list was filtered.
- We’ve improved the way that we use word “item” (singular or plural) in the modal shown before you delete a vault.
- We’ve fixed an issue where clicking the buttons to create new items for categories other than logins wouldn’t work.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the options to cut or copy were unavailable when editing password fields in items.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the app to use high CPU usage when your computer wasn’t connected to the internet.
- When you edit an item, the app now fetches the latest version of the item from your local database instead of a cached version of the item.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause a small memory leak.
- When you unlock using Touch ID, the button label shown in the prompt now uses title-style capitalization.
- Pressing Shift + Tab will now place focus on the first available option, such as in the item catalog after you click New Item.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the inner border of drop-down menus was hidden when dark mode was turned on.
- We’ve improved the wording in Quick Access when it requests accessibility permissions.
- We’ve fixed an issue that showed biometric unlock on the lock screen when it wasn’t turned on.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Quick Access to incorrectly show All Accounts selected after unlocking instead of remembering the account or collection selected in the previous session.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the SSH agent would reject all connection attempts after biometric unlock times out.
- We’ve fixed an issue where focusing the button for a specific field would have a focus ring on both the button and the field instead of just the button.
- The password generator is now scrollable when the window is smaller.
- We’ve fixed a few visual issues where elements would appear on top of each other.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the focus ring on the password history field to be cut off on the top.
- We’ve improved the comma detection on international keyboard layouts when using the comma to add multiple tags to the item.
- One-time password fields no longer shift when hiding and restoring the timer animation.
- The app is now more compatible with TLS interception solutions used in some corporate environments.
- We now verify the code signature of apps before we allow filling using Universal Autofill.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the app to crash when attempting to use Universal Autofill on macOS Catalina 10.15.
- We’ve fixed an issue where certain menu bar actions that were unavailable could be clicked when viewing item details in a new window.
- We’ve fixed a number of issues related to performing actions on items from the menu bar, such as when attempting to move or duplicate an item.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the app to crash if certain app-related folders didn’t have the required permissions granted.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the banner to move an SSH key out of a shared vault could result in the item being moved to the Personal or Private vault in different account signed into the app.
- We’ve reduced the number of SSH agent authentication prompts shown for certain SSH clients, including Lazygit, Docker contexts, and JetBrains IDEs.
- We’ve fixed an issue that would prevent scrolling with the keyboard in Safari after using Quick Access.
- We’ve fixed an issue where drop-down menus could still be clicked even when disabled.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the Feedback menu wouldn’t update when the language was changed in the app.
- We’ve fixed an issue in Preferences where dragging the scroll bar to the bottom wouldn’t scroll all the way down.
- You can now sort items by frequently and recently used.
- You can now change how long your session remains active when using the 1Password SSH Agent.
- Watchtower will now warn you when API Credential items are about to expire or when they’ve expired.
- If collapsed, vaults and tags in the sidebar will temporarily expand if you drag an item over them.
- We’ve added a link to the import tool on 1Password.com to File > Import in the menu bar.
- Search now treats
&as word boundaries to better support searching for email addresses that contain these characters.
- You can now open Settings using the 1Password icon in the notification area.
- Changing the language in the app now updates the onboarding screen shown when no accounts are signed in without having to close and reopen the app first.
- Changing the language in the app now updates the item, export, create vault, item sharing history, and proxy authentication modals if they were displayed without having to reopen them first.
- The title of the Settings window now updates when changing the language in the app.
- Passwords containing 6 digits or fewer are no longer considered PINs and will be checked by Watchtower. You can click Ignore in the Watchtower banner to dismiss PINs.
- We’ve updated the title of the language selector in settings.
- When you choose a language, the list will now be displayed in your current language.
- When you share an item, the icon will now be displayed clearly.
- Universal Autofill now supports Mighty browser.
- We’ve optimized and restored the menu animations to the app.
- We’ve redesigned the Watchtower loading screen and security score.
- The “delete share link” icon now has a tooltip on hover.
- We’ve fixed an issue that would cause files to be downloaded again even when there was a local copy available.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause items with Watchtower warnings that have been ignored to remain in the ignored section in Watchtower.
- We fixed an issue where the names of vaults and items wouldn’t truncate properly in the sidebar and item list.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the title bar of the app to shift out of view when changing the icon for a vault.
- We’ve fixed an issue where it wasn’t possible to scroll in the modal to create a new vault.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause a large number of SSH agent authentication prompts to show up at once, or could render the SSH agent unusable from certain apps or terminal sessions if an earlier prompt timed out.
- We’ve fixed an issue where double-clicking on the title bar would always zoom, even if the option to minimize was selected in System Preferences.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Universal Autofill to stop working in iTerm2.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented window managers from working properly after Universal Autofill was used.
- We’ve fixed an issue that would allow vaults to be created without a name.
- We’ve fixed a crash that would occur when setting the app’s language.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the checkmark wouldn’t be positioned correctly when changing a vault’s icon.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could prevent modals from opening after attempting to move an item to a different vault.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the text in longer account names to overflow in the sidebar.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the wrong scroll bar would appear when adding a date field to an item while dark mode was turned on.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the delete button wouldn’t fill the full height in a multi-line field when editing an item.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause extra spacing to appear when turning on “Show debugging tools” in Advanced preferences.
- We’ve fixed an issue that prevented scrolling in the search box.
- We’ve fixed an issue that would prevent the main app window from opening back up in the same position after quitting and reopening the app.
- We’ve fixed an issue that allowed the copy password shortcut to work within the vaults where you don’t have permission to reveal the password.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused Watchtower vulnerable password checks to not be immediately performed on newly added accounts.
- Non-numeric characters are no longer excluded from the credit card number field.
- We’ve fixed an issue where sharing an item wouldn’t show all available options in the “Available to” menu.
- We’ve fixed an issue that could cause the app to occasionally crash after waking your Mac from sleep.
- Pressing the Escape key on modals now dismisses them reliably.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the sign in modal to stay open after you’ve signed in.
- We’ve fixed the reported crashes submitted to us. Thank you for submitting them!