That would be very cool, but 1Password doesn't have this sort of detection. Right now it's just been hard-coded, meaning 1Password has been told that domain A and domain B are the same.
It would be awesome to be able to change one item in the keychain for systems I've told 1P are equivalent.
this is something we know would be useful for a lot of people and we would like to work on this.
This morning i cam in and was prompted to change my com pany intranet password. This password lets me access the hundreds of web sites in my company and having to update them individually in 1 password isa pain. Can't we have a single password assigned to multiple web sites that can be changed in one place?
Thanks for your reply! Okay, that's good to know. I've been trying to figure out a way now for a while, so it's good that I asked.
... The problem is, people don't read warnings, we see it all the time, so just allowing 1Password to fill any login on any page is not going to happen, it's just too dangerous.