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How to set "Never Autosave for this Site"

Community Member
edited January 23 in 1Password in the Browser

I normally never have an issue with navigating a UI but I'm struggling to find basic password manager features so far with 1password. The one I most need and can't find any recent help on is the ability to set "Never Autosave for this Site" for sites I do not want 1password to save. The only knowledge base/community answers to this I can find are from 2015-2017. Anyone happen to know where this setting is?

1Password Version: Mac 8.9.13 (80913040)
Extension Version: 2.5.1
OS Version: Montery 12.6.2
Browser:_ Firefox
Referrer: forum-search:Never Autosave for this Site


  • steph.gilessteph.giles

    Team Member

    Hey @themantissa,

    Currently there isn't a way to stop 1Password from offering to save a login on a specific website without disabling this feature altogether. I'd be happy to pass your feedback on to our product team for consideration, can you provide me with an example of a site where you do not want to use 1Password to save your details?

    In the meantime, you can dismiss the 1Password prompt by either hitting the ESC key on your keyboard or by clicking on the 1Password icon in the field.

  • themantissathemantissa
    Community Member

    Hi @steph.giles, Thank you for the answer and tip on quick dismissal. Very disappointed to hear this as it seems 1Password did have this feature at some point (https://1password.community/discussion/70274/stop-asking-to-save-a-password-for-a-certain-site). As a Product Manager myself I'd very much appreciate if you could pass on my feedback to your PMs. I'd love to know the justification for removing such a useful feature. I have certain high security accounts I will not save in a password manager. It is a table-stakes feature to have a way to skip certain sites, even basic browser password managers have it. So far I'm a bit disappointed that 1Password seems to be the most secure of online password managers but has a lackluster UX experience.

  • steph.gilessteph.giles

    Team Member

    Hey @themantissa,

    Thank you for getting back to me, in an ideal world 1Password would be your go to for saving and filling on all websites. I can understand where you are coming from though and I have passed this feedback to our product team for consideration.

    I appreciate you taking the time to suggest ways in which we can improve 1Password, have a great weekend!

    ref: PB-30544922

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