Happy Wednesday, everyone!
I hope everyone reading this is having a fantastic week so far, let’s take a look at what we’ve been up to this week and talk about it! 🗣
This week, your continued patience pays off as we deliver to you Item Editing and Item Moving
You heard right! In this weeks update, it is now possible to edit items and it is now possible to move items from one vault to another within 1Password for Linux! This is what the Linux team has been hard at work doing for the last few weeks, and we are really excited to send this out into the world.
But, this isn’t everything! If you are a French user in Canada, you may start to see a few localized strings. We are testing out our internationalization infrastructure by translating progressively more parts of the application, and by building new parts with the translation infrastructure present from the beginning. 🇫🇷🇨🇦
Savanni breaks down all of the changes made to 1Password for Linux this week, right over here.
Get ready for liftoff as we ring in 7.7.BETA-6 which will serve as our release candidate for 1Password 7.7 for iOS!
This weeks build includes a few final fixes before launch, such as the “Open in Browser” function now working again when you’ve chosen a different default web browser, rows will no longer randomly shift around when scrolling with the password generator visible, and we’ve even reduced the likelihood that 1Password will errantly cause the OS to request Local Network permission, because that was pretty annoying, right? 😜
Thank you for all the reports you’ve shared this past summer to make this release happen. We couldn’t have done it without you. 💙
1Password for Windows Beta 7.6.783 builds on the past few weeks of housekeeping that 1Password for Windows has undergone, and aims to address a few key issues we were seeing — such as opening and filling a site from the main 1Password window would sometimes trigger a loop of duplicated tabs being opened and submitted. Likewise, saving multiple large Secure Note items no longer causes 1Password to crash, and we’ve even fixed the issue where if Firefox’s Picture in Picture window was open, using the 1Password shortcut to fill would not work. Go team! 🙌
Our Web App team seriously keeps up the hustle with two more updates released this week. To touch on what’s changed — for new accounts, the person who creates the account can be removed from the Owners and Administrators groups without retaining the ability to recover users. 1Password account owners will now receive an email if their Slack integration is failing, and now you can now verify your domain via DNS in the Domain Breach Report!
We’re running out of gold medals over here… 🏅
Hold on…Two gold medals in one week? Seriously?!
Our Web App Team fixed a few things up so checkboxes across the site will be more clearly checked and unchecked. With this change the checkboxes also show a gray check when not checked and hovered. This is something I personally spoke to a few of you wonderful folks about, and I’m happy to see these changes happen so quickly!
Since the Web App Team took my last gold medal, here, take this well-deserved trophy instead. 🏆
While there’s nothing new in the Random But Memorable camp, this is a perfect time to catch-up on anything you’ve missed out on the past few weeks, so that you’re ready for our next upcoming episode!
Here’s where you can listen to Random but Memorable:
That’s all for this week, but be sure to catch us right here next week for the scoop on all things 1Password! 💙🔐
— Blake and the 1Password Team