One of the login credentials for a website I use requires a User name, Password, then ask for a PIN. The PIN is fixed, so how to I store both the Password and PIN, they are both entered on a separate screen. Is the the same as multi-factor authentication? I don't think it is.
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No you need to add an extra additional field (the "Add More" button in the item in 1Password app) - I'd use a password one so its always obfuscated. Rename it the same as what the website calls it (e.g. PIN or Verification Code, or whatever).
However in v8 I don't think you can move the field to a more logical place anymore - in v7 and earlier you could move it up and have it directly before or after your password field - but in v8 you will just have to leave it further down the list.
Thank you Mycenius!
P.S. Doing the above might help 1PW auto-recognise it to the (auto) fill the extra PIN field when you log in - but not 100% sure - you'd have to try it and see. Otherwise might need some input from one of the 1PW forum support team.
Hi there @jvg
As @Mycenius has mentioned (thanks!), you can use the "+ add more" button to add additional fields while editing.
If you want to add more fields to autofill in your browser, then the best way to do this is by following the steps shown here:
☞ Save and fill passwords in your browser # If you need to save additional fields on a website
Fields added this way will have much more success in being autofilled later than those added manually. Hope that helps! :)