I've been wondering for several months now the exact behavior of the last used audit stamp on the macOS client.
I have several, random entries, updating to "Today at " every once in a while; without me doing nothing with them. I assume that the stamp should update when autocompleting from a browser or copying a field; and that's mostly how it goes, but I can't see the exact update happening after carrying one of those actions. I assume you update it after a while, so I've tried to quitting the app completely, reopening and, then, I'll probably see the updates.
What baffles me the most, and makes the field unusable, is the random update I mentioned at the beginning. I don't know why it happens, if it is because I focused on a certain entry for to long (without copying or completing) or why.
Since I'm quite OCD, and I want to have the entries as clean as possible (and truly reflect the time when I really used them last), I'm tiring of duplicating all my entries and deleting the old ones; in order to throw away that stamp (along with all the items history).
Could you please clarify why the entries randomly update? Also, is this timestamp a local-only stored flag or does it sync across clients too? Because I don't see it neither on the web nor mobile (iOS). Just in case, asume that I'm only using the macOS client; i.e., it's not that I copied/autocompleted the entry on iOS and that's where the timestamp is being updated.
Thanks for any clarification you can provide. Best.
1Password Version: 7.8
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: macOS Catalina
Sync Type: 1Password Account