Temporarily removing Desktop App Integration

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  • Hi, while you all are reworking the integrations, here are a few points I would like to suggest for some times in the future.
    1. Ability to change vault from browser,
    2. Ability to change vault during editing mode in general, like on MacOS desktop app,
    3. Ability to customize and sync default vault,
    4. Ability to see bank card entry alongside passwords in general (sometimes, apps and sites don't follow the platform convention; especially with apps, I need to either use the 1Password keyboard if it is a wifi log in or 1Password app for bank card or subscription information)
    5. Ability to see the suggestion like on the web for desktop app based on the last active windows/apps before launching 1Password widgets (I see that feature here and there but not that consistent yet, it would be superb if it can remember like on mobile!)
    6. Improve UX for windows taskbar widget to be like that of Mac (right now, it's many steps having to right click and copy through menu after menu, or maybe I am using it wrong?)
    7. Ability to fill the new entry form through a popup in browser while saving a new entry for a new site!
    8. Ability to customize password types like on Mac Desktop App on browser popup
    9. Finally, keep up the great work! 💙 :)

  • Thanks. I’ll change it back after the TouchID hysteria is over.

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Hey @Penguinlay ,
    Thank you kindly for the feedback and the suggestions! This specific discussion only focuses on 1Password X's integration with the desktop app though. I will reply regardless but please lets try to keep this discussion on point, so if you have any other questions or suggestions that are not related to 1Password X and its integration, please open a new discussion in the appropriate sub-forum.

    1. Ability to change vault from browser,
    2. Ability to change vault during editing mode in general, like on MacOS desktop app,
    3. Ability to customize and sync default vault,
    4. Ability to see bank card entry alongside passwords in general (sometimes, apps and sites don't follow the platform convention; especially with apps, I need to either use the 1Password keyboard if it is a wifi log in or 1Password app for bank card or subscription information)
    5. Ability to see the suggestion like on the web for desktop app based on the last active windows/apps before launching 1Password widgets (I see that feature here and there but not that consistent yet, it would be superb if it can remember like on mobile!)
    6. Improve UX for windows taskbar widget to be like that of Mac (right now, it's many steps having to right click and copy through menu after menu, or maybe I am using it wrong?)
    7. Ability to fill the new entry form through a popup in browser while saving a new entry for a new site!
    8. Ability to customize password types like on Mac Desktop App on browser popup
    9. Finally, keep up the great work! 💙 :)
    1. You can change vaults in 1Password X (and in the old companion extension in Windows) while in the browser.
    2. That's a great suggestion.
    3. Not sure I understand what you mean here. Customize how? And sync how? It already syncs automatically with your 1Password.com account so there's no control over the how's of syncing.
    4. If you're talking about a mobile phone, the experience is quite different there and often out of our hands, as we use the phone's operating system's built-in autofill mechanism, that doesn't alway show up where you need it (e.g. wifi passwords, credit card forms).
    5. 1Password can only suggest passwords in the browser because our extension knows to read the website's address and identify it, which makes it possible to match login items to the website. On the phone, each app has a unique identifier/URL which allows us to match logins to apps. On computers, apps don't have any of that so there is no way to identify them and connect them to a login item. Furthermore, it is not possible to autofill in other apps on a computer because 1Password doesn't have access to other apps. Autofill only works in browsers because our extension is there to help the app autofill.
    6. We're definitely working on the UX :)
    7. That's possible in 1Password X.
    8. That's possible in every one of our apps. You need to get to the password generator and customize the recipe and password type as you see fit.
    9. Thank you :)
  • Hello...any update on when the desktop app integration will be activated again? LastPass has had this built in for a long time...and the lack of it in 1Password creates a very frustrating workflow, needing to enter my long master password every time I open a browser.

  • kaitlynkaitlyn

    Team Member

    @ejrichter – The last update from Dave is here: https://1password.community/discussion/comment/579493/#Comment_579493

    I know it's a bit hidden in the thread at this point, so I wanted to make sure you got a chance to read it. If you have any questions after giving that update a read, please do let us know!

  • I've been following this thread closely, like a lot of people :) I just wanted to share my experience and temporary solution... over Christmas, I've switched from Chome to Safari as my default browser.

    Big decision. 2 reasons:

    1. Supports 1P touch ID out of the box
    2. Is LIGHTENING fast on Big Sur - I got sick of a laggy Macbook

    I'm optimistic I will be switching back to Chrome, but Safari has been an "ok" solution for me.
    Small things annoy me, but it meets these 2 needs, which far out way the cons.
    Just sharing that it might help someone else out.

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Thanks for sharing @Gillr .
    We're glad to hear the inline menu in Safari helps you enjoy both worlds (the inline menu of 1Password X and Touch ID unlock)! :chuffed:

  • lfanchilfanchi
    edited January 15

    @Gillr If I can be so free to give you a suggestion: don't switch back to Chrome! Rather, move to Edge. Same Chromium base, less Google privacy concerns (and same extensions too!). In my experience, it's also faster and less taxing on my machine.

  • Hey @lfanchi I don't think Edge solves the problem of unlocking with Touch ID... Safari does. I will give it a go though, didn't know it was available for Mac.

  • lfanchilfanchi
    edited January 15

    Indeed it doesn't, but you mentioned "I will be switching back to Chrome", hence my recommendation to not do that and move "back" to Edge instead ;)

  • I agree with getting off Chrome. Not only privacy issues with Chrome, but also with performance. Instead of Edge though, I switched to Brave. Same Chromium base, but better privacy and performance.

  • Not only privacy issues with Chrome, but also with performance. Instead of Edge though, I switched to Brave.

    That's why I switched to Vivaldi some month (years?) ago. I like it much more than Brave.
    But I think that should be another discussion. ;)

  • ag_michaelcag_michaelc

    Team Member

    But I think that should be another discussion. ;)

    :+1:

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