I have a work account in which I have to use different usernames in different situations, ie "username" on one system and "employer\username" on another system (both accessed through a web browser; the first is also my email username and password). They're the same account, so the same password. Is there a way to handle this cleanly? What I currently do is I have two separate entries in 1Password, one with the first URL and username "username"; the other with the second URL and username "employer\username".
That works fine, except 1Password gives me a giant red warning that the password is duplicated and lists the entry in the Watchtower. Also, if I have to change the password, I have to do it in both entries.
I tried the "link items" option in the entry to link the two items. They show up as linked, but that doesn't convince 1Password that it's OK that the passwords are the same.
Is there a cleaner way to handle this?
1Password Version: 7.3
Extension Version: 7.3
OS Version: OS X 10.14.4
Sync Type: iCloud