I got a new Android 11 phone and used the day to migrate from my old smartphone.
I found it somewhat tedious and inconsistent to recover the account data for all my apps from 1Password, so I'm asking myself if I did the intended workflow.
I don't talk about browser or web pages, I only talk about apps.
1P was the first app I installed on the new phone, then I read the 2 kb articles and enabled 1p for autofill accordingly.
But with no app 1p appeared automatically.
I had to tap the username field and wait for the popup menu appear that offers pasting from clipboard. In the "..." menu, there was a "autofill" entry I tapped, then 1p appeared sometimes, and if it appeared, I was able to search for the the login in 1p. However, 1p warned me to enter the login data, because it could not verify the app corresponds to that login. I allowed it and data was autofilled. According to kb article, 1p will ask after login to save the login/app ID to this entry to make the app/1p connection, but that never happened.
With some apps, for example the Steam app, 1p didn't start start on "autofill" for the username field. However, it appeared with the password field, and I was able to autofill the password. But it was impossible to get 1p fill in the username. I had to change to the 1p app, unlock it, search my Steam login, copy the username to the clipboard, change back to the Steam app, then paste the username. Extremely tedious - because of such a tedious workflow I left my previous password manager! That had a keyboard emulation that made this half as tedious.
And there were also apps that completely refused to be autofilled. With these, I had to work completely through clipboard. The fastest worflow was actually through my Windows PC and using the 1p desktop app. Changing to the 1p app twice, for username and for password, and always having to unlock the 1p app and always having to again search for the login is extremely tedious, so I stopped using the 1p Android app.
Instead, I established a link with the Microsoft "Your Smartphone" app, which enables clipboard sharing between Android and Windows. Then I searched for the login entry in 1p Windows, copied username/password, then were able to immediately paste it to the android app.
I was able to get all the work done, but I'm confused with the different app and autofill behaviors. Is this app-specific, or did I something wrong/unintended? As far as I remember, I could fully autofill only the minority of apps.
Apps I remember I entered new logins:
Amazon Shopping (autofill worked, also automatic 2fa through clipboard worked - great)
Deutsche Bank (refuses to be autofilled, banking apps are evil)
Samsung email app (imap account)
Postbank Finanzassistent (don't remember, banking apps are evil)
Lieferando (very strange, app popup says "content cannot autofill". only clipboard works)
MyFRITZ! (worked, as far as I remember)
Post & DHL (autofill only password)
RMV (refuses to be autofilled)
Steam (autofill only password)
Verimi (don't remember)
Whatsapp (don't remember)
Wikipedia (autofill both)
1Password Version: 7.7.6
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Android
Sync Type: Families account