So i'm one of "those" guys. Super OCD. Lets leave it at that.
The "show previously used passwords" is nice and has saved me from a failed password change. That being said, its also created clutter. Once i know my password change is good, I dont really need the last one. At least I dont need the one 3x back.
In my particular case while setting 1password up for the first time (ongoing process) I am changing all my accounts from an identical password. The same password. A password ive used for years and have finally gotten around to seeing how fortunate I am and investing here
i dont need the history as i know exactly what my last password was, for now. I'd like to start with a clean slate after this mess.
Through google ive seen it requested a few times over the years, and seen some apprehension from the team surrounding it. I understand not wanting to "remove" the feature for sure. What I dont understand is why there isnt either a "clear all" type button, or at worst an option to simply remove each saved password you want to remove individually. manually. Same way you can right click > reveal, the option could be present to > remove. It would be tedious but a fair enough balance to cover accidents and personal responsibility.
Some of us like neat n tidy a bit much and the more power/options you can put in a users hands the better in most cases.
I did happen across a post indicating that if you duplicate a login, it will give you a fresh copy with no history. I tested this and it was true which is great. Unfortunately using this on a large scale is a doozy. It adds "- copy" on the end of each duplicated entry so not only are you copying, then you are deleting, then you are renaming.
It got me to thinking, is it possible to simply export all your passwords then import them back into 1Password and have the history gone? Here's to hoping!
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