Single Sign On

I not infrequently use SSO options for creating new accounts (e.g., Sign in with Apple), and save these in 1P as well. It would be nice to have a standardized way to store these. Right now I just write "sign in with Apple" or "Facebook login" in the username field. It works, but it's ugly.


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  • ag_anaag_ana 1Password Alumni

    Hi @rpallred!

    Thank you very much for taking time out of your day to to share this feedback! We appreciate every idea that could make 1Password even better.

    I can see how this could be useful to you, so while I cannot make any promises, I can tell you that I have shared your feedback internally :)

    Once again, thank you and have a wonderful day!

    ref: dev/projects/customer-feature-requests#199

  • Hi!

    Another suggestion I've seen is using nested tags to identify which SSO provider a site is using, For example, I know that this Airbnb test account is using Google sign in, and I can put all of my SSO tags into one nested tag:

    Cheers!

  • using nested tags to identify which SSO provider a site is using

    Thanks @jack.platten! I'll try that out in the meantime.

  • ag_anaag_ana 1Password Alumni

    Sounds good :+1::)

  • Going to bump this again. Just added some new SSO entries via the iPhone app. They have no password at all, but are getting flagged by Watchtower as having an exposed password:

    Older items saved the same way, do not have this flag:

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @rpallred

    How are you saving items using 1Password for iOS without a password? I just tried and the 'save' button is unavailable until I enter something in the password field.

    Ben

  • I put something random in the password field so it will save, then go back in and delete the password and re-save.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @rpallred

    That's pretty clever 😁But I could also see why it wouldn't work the way you're intending. What about just leaving the random password? The username field appears to be the indicator for you that you use SSO for the login.

    Ben

  • @ben, I just prefer a cleaner look--I would still love a specific SSO option...

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