Multiple 1P options given at sign in

edited February 17 in iOS

I have several logins associated with a number of different websites linked to the same organisation. They are moving towards a single sign on (SSO) model, but are not there yet.

When I try to log into one of these sites on my iPhone or iPad using 1P, and I click in the username/password field, 1P obviously offers me the available passwords - but it seems unable to differentiate between the specific logins so what is presented is my email for each possible login (which is the same in all cases) and the top level site information - in this case "ecb.co.uk", see attached screenshot.

Thus, there is no obvious way to determine which of the passwords is the correct one for the site I am trying to access.

I therefore click the 1Password option to enter open the app and choose, but it seems like extra effort that shouldn't be needed.

Is there a way to edit/amend each login to show more specific details at this point - for example by what the Login element is named? I can't find any obvious way to be able to do this.

I'm running the latest versions of 1P & iOS on all devices

Thanks

Simon


1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: iOS 14.4
Sync Type: Not Provided

Comments

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @statto1927!

    I believe there are some limitations in what 1Password is allowed to display in the first popup, if I am not mistaken. At the moment you can indeed see all the information directly inside the 1Password app, although I understand it's an extra step on websites like this.

  • Ok, thanks.
    I’ll have to bear with it then... :)

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Thank you for your understanding @statto1927. Perhaps we will be able to address this in the future, so we can certainly keep this in mind :)

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