When saving a new website login, 1Password saves the entire URL of the current page. Often this is not ideal because the page is usually the website account registration page. So if I want to use 1Password to open and fill a website login, it takes me back to the registration page and autofills the user ID and password, thereby attempting to create a new account. Since the account already exists, it results in an error. For example, when I saved the login for the 1Password Support Forum, it saved the URL https://discussions.agilebits.com/entry/register?Target=entry/signin.
My suggestion is this: wouldn't it be better to save only the top-level domain and sub-domain, if there is one? E.g., https://discussions.agilebits.com? That way I only have to click the Sign In or Log In button, and usually 1Password proceeds to autofill the login details for me.
Absent this, I have to edit every single saved login item to delete the specific page address. Another benefit of this suggestion is that users wouldn't have to edit URLs when they inevitably change. Specific page addresses often change, but TLDs and sub-domains usually don't.
1Password Version: 7.3.1
Extension Version: 188.8.131.52
OS Version: macOS 10.14.5
Sync Type: Not Provided
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