How to turn off Private Infos Autofill

b0gusb0gus
edited March 3 in 1Password in the Browser

I am using Windows Edge Chromium as my main Browser.
1Password offers an autofill option for private Infos (Adress, Name etc.)
Tbh i prefer to use Edge Autofill Option but cannot find where to turn off the autofill in 1Password

From what i see is that i just can turn off 1Password completely in Edge what i dont want ;)


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OS Version: Windows 10 Pro
Sync Type: OneDrive

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  • GregGreg

    Team Member

    Hi @b0gus,

    I don't believe it is possible. Usually, we recommend turning off the built-in password manager in your browser to avoid conflicts like this.

    To confirm, could you please specify the version of 1Password in the browser that you use now?

    Thanks! :+1:

    ++
    Greg

  • Using the newest available Version (No Beta)
    Theres no Conflict its just that i want to use the Autofill for Adresses from Edge not from 1Password but if that isnt possible......

  • ag_michaelcag_michaelc

    Team Member
    edited April 3

    @b0gus, you can adjust when and how 1Password appears in fields on a page by right-clicking the 1Password icon in your toolbar and choosing Settings. From there, "Make 1Password the default the password manager" being turned off would allow the browser autofill engine to work as well, or you can adjust additional settings under the Autofill section.

    I'd be curious to know more about your specific use case here — is 1Password not filling forms well for you, or is it something else?

  • b0gusb0gus
    edited April 3

    Its just the Adress, Most of the Rest (Passwords) is quite OK.

    The Adress will just be filled if i click to the E-Mail Field. So.... if theres no Email Field i cant fill the Adress

    Edge is doing it a bit smarter, so for Adresses only i would like to use Edge buts not possible. I need to turn off 1Password Web App to use it which is just to complicated..... Anyway.... Maybe some day 1password will do it as smart as edge is doing it

    Thx 4 helping. Can be closed

  • ag_michaelcag_michaelc

    Team Member

    Hey @b0gus. Ah, I follow now. You can fill from the pop-up as well, if you click the 1Password icon in your toolbar. In the meantime, if you turn off ""Make 1Password the default the password manager", you should be able to use both side by side, although the might get in each other's way sometimes. :smile:

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