credit cards and secret key

using windows. just tried to download and use android app. requests my secret key before i can login. happens either using app or using chrome browser on my cellphone. i thought this was supposed to be stored in safety deposit box? how often might it be requested?

read on google play app comments. apparently you cannot fill out a credit card if i am making a purchase? if correct when will this be fixed? also is this the same on windows using my computer, and on android using an app (for example on a pizza companys app), and on cellphone on a website using chrome?
thanks


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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @tomjohnson!

    how often might it be requested?

    You will have to enter your Secret Key the first time you configure 1Password on a new device ;) Afterwards, you will be able to unlock 1Password just with your Master Password.

    And you are correct about filling: currently the mobile apps can fill Logins, but you can fill credit cards in the 1Password desktop apps :+1:

  • about credit cards, u missed my asking when it will be fixed.

    so if on my android cell, only option is to lookup credit card in your android app or in crome on my cell, then cut and paste?

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member
    edited September 28

    @tomjohnson:

    about credit cards, u missed my asking when it will be fixed.

    We don't have a date to share yet, sorry! But I will pass your request to the developers :+1:

    ref: dev/android/onepassword-android#87

    so if on my android cell, only option is to lookup credit card in your android app or in crome on my cell, then cut and paste?

    You could also use split screen mode with drag and drop ;)This section of the documentation shows you how it works.

  • i am vry surprised that credit cards are not avail. you said u will forward to developers. i would have thought tons of people would have asked for that.

    curious, does that work with iphones?
    thanks

  • ag_preetag_preet

    Team Member

    Hi @tomjohnson, our developers are working hard to make 1Password for Android fit the needs of our users, but there are other priorities at the moment.

    Apple does have this feature with a 1Password extension, but Apple is created with very strict guidelines so its functionality works very smoothly when implementing a feature. As for Android, it's very flexible in how it can be used, so it's much harder to allow for all the different implementations.

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