Second beta of 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ 🎉🎉

dtearedteare Agile Founder

Team Member

Let’s keep 2022 rolling right along with our 2️⃣nd beta of the year, #80500083. 🎸

You can now view the history of items shared using our password secure sharing tool, Psst!. After you’ve shared an item you’ll now find a View history button in the sharing window.

The history enables you to see when you shared an item, who you shared it with, and how many times they have viewed it. You can also delete entries to expire the share immediately. Here’s how my pie recipe looked after I shared it during Thanksgiving.

You can find a full set of changes in our release notes for macOS , Windows , and Linux. Or, select the What’s New item from the feedback menu within the app.

Please also take our 1Password 8 Beta Survey to share your experiences and help shape future development efforts. ✍️

As always, thank you so much for participating in the early access release and helping us to improve 1Password. We couldn't have gotten this far without you and the releases are so much better as a direct result of you. Thank you! 🙏🏻🤗

++dave;
1Password Founder

Comments

  • Hi, I have some feedback about the v8 mac beta 80500083. With v7 when a entered a website password that was different to the one stored in 1p it would ask if I wanted to update my stored password. I'm not getting that anymore. I don't see an option for so is it a bug or a missing feature?

  • @dteare, WTF?

    1. 1Password - privacy, security etc.
    2. Survey - google...

    I won't complete survey, I have blocked all google domains

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @tinysalt4230

    I appreciate the concern. Our privacy team reviewed the use of Google Forms for this survey before it was implemented. Note that different aspects of Google are covered by different privacy policies... Google Workspaces has different terms than for example individual Google accounts.

    Ben

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @nickdring

    I'm still seeing that prompt on my end? Are you not seeing the inline menu at all, or is it not providing this option?

    In this case I've entered a username that I have saved for the site in 1Password, but a different password than what it saved. As such 1Password is offering the ability to save it. Please let us know if you're seeing something different.

    Ben

  • Before, if I manually added a different password into the login form, 1 password would come up and offer to 'update' the password it had. So I take that now the 1p UI has changed and all we see is the 'Save in 1Passord' dialogue? If so maybe it would be better to change the wording so that it is clear It's updating an existing 1p item. Otherwise people might think its saving a new item.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @nickdring

    Before, if I manually added a different password into the login form, 1 password would come up and offer to 'update' the password it had. So I take that now the 1p UI has changed and all we see is the 'Save in 1Passord' dialogue? If so maybe it would be better to change the wording so that it is clear It's updating an existing 1p item. Otherwise people might think its saving a new item.

    Clicking the button gives you the option of saving a new item or updating an existing one.

    Ben

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