1Password for Linux 0.9.13 🎉


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edited February 22 in Linux Beta

Happy Tuesday, everyone!

We just got back from our (virtual) internal conference 🎉. This gave us a bit of a break from our regular work to get to know one another... a task that becomes increasingly difficult as we grow.

No actual travel was involved, because COVID. 😖

However, we did still do some work, because we are nerds and we love what we do 😄. We have been closing out quite a few of our stories for 1Password for Linux and starting new ones in the last week. So, for this week, you will notice a variety of improvements and bug fixes in Vault Collections and Item Editing. We also added the ability for you to add an account to 1Password simply by loading your emergency kit directly into the application.

So now, there is another way for you to log in without having to manually key in your secret key! 🎊

See our release weblog for a full list of changes, and watch out for more next week!

Installing and upgrading

Go to the getting started guide for instructions on installing or updating 1Password.

We made a mistake when we created 0.9.10, which some of you noticed. If /opt and /usr are on separate filesystems, 1Password 0.9.10 would not install due to a hard linking issue. That has now been fixed in 0.9.11. Happy installing!

As always, thank you so much for using 1Password and for all of the reports you send in that help us make our service better.

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