How do I prevent 1Password from autofilling on specific urls?

I'm trying to figure out how to disable 1Password for specific websites. I understand that the first time I visit a url have the option to "Never Ask Again," but I don't know how to manually enable that feature for a website that I visit frequently.

I do want to maintain this site's account credentials in 1Password, including the username, email address, and site url, but I do not want the 1Password browser extension actually displaying on that url. Is there a way to achieve this?

I'm using Firefox.

1Password Version: 1Password 7 Version 7.9.2 (70902004) Mac App Store
Extension Version: Firefox Extension 2.2.3
OS Version: macOS 12.2.1


  • Joy_1PJoy_1P

    Team Member

    Hey @matthewmagellan! Right now, there's not a way to disable 1Password for specific websites. However, we do have an internal feature request for this, and I can add your voice to it.

    In the meantime, some ways to close out of the inline menu that you'd see on your sites is to:

    • Press ESC on your keyboard.
    • Click on a blank area in the page to remove focus from the field.
    • Click the little 1Password icon on the right side of the field to toggle it off.

    If you'd like to take things a step further and disable the inline menu from automatically appearing (on all sites), this can be done by going into the extension's settings page. Here are the steps for that:

    1. Right-click the extension's icon on the top right corner of the browser and select Settings.
    2. Go to Autofill and turn off the "Show autofill menu on field focus" option there.

    I hope that helps for now. Let us know if you have any other questions!

  • iresairesa
    Community Member

    In my case I am using another password manager for my private data and 1password for our company. It is very helpful that 1password shows up for everything new/unknown.
    But it is equally annoying that I have to
    1. right mouseclick
    2. disable for this site
    3. chose my other password managers suggestion
    for access to sites supposed not to be managed by 1password.

    It is, by the way, very surprising from a user's perspective that "disable for this site" only lasts for the duration of the browser session. I thought there was an error in the application, until I read that this is how it is supposed to work. Actually this makes "disable for this site" close to pointless.

    This has been requested already a while ago:
    That discussion has been closed.

    I am adding my voice too, if that helps.

  • Joy_1PJoy_1P

    Team Member

    Hi @iresa thanks for the feedback. I will gladly share your thoughts with my team. I do know that the ability to turn off the inline menu on specific sites is something the devs are keen to implement. While I can't make any promises, I do hope that it can happen sooner rather than later.


  • whitcookwhitcook
    Community Member

    Has there been any movement on muting 1Password for a specific website? A website we use is glitching and we can't have 1Password interfering as we're trying to navigate their workaround.

  • Joy_1PJoy_1P

    Team Member

    Hey @whitcook, I don't have a specific update to share. However, our product team and developers are aware of the interest in this. I can't make any promises, but we here in Support will continue to advocate for this on your behalf. Thanks for reaching out about it.

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