The Email field does not populate and the email address is put in the Secret Key field. The Master Password field does populate correctly.
Note: In my 1Password vault entry for 1Password, username is Email, password is Master Password, and Secret Key is a custom Password field labeled “Secret Key”.
Work Around 1
Annoying. This should be automatic. That’s the point of it all.
Work Around 2
The “Secret” Key is used as the username and you still have to manually enter your email address. This worked once, now 1Password is no longer offering to create a new entry so I can’t troubleshoot any further. I can’t recall whether the website it adds is my.1password.com or blahblah.1password.com.
Has fuzzy URL matching been removed?
Finally, the website in my vault entry must be exactly the URL being visited. If my vault is just 1password.com, neither my.1password.com/signin nor blahblah.1password.com/signin pick it up. If my vault has my.1password.com then only my.1password.com/signin picks it up, and likewise for blahblah.1password.com. Of course, you can add both URLs to the vault entry, but I seem to remember fuzzy URL matching being a thing. Has that been removed?
I inspected the sign in form on the website for the input element IDs. They are
master-password. I tried using those as custom field labels in my 1Password vault entry. Didn’t work.
The email and master password input elements on the website have custom attributes
data-onepassword-designation which are
password respectively. However, the secret key element has the attribute
data-onepassword-section-field-title and the value
I tried a few variations in my 1Password vault entry but nothing matched correctly. So, for now, I am using my Word Around 2 (above).
1Password Version: 7.2.2
Extension Version: 7.2.2
OS Version: macOS Mojave 10.14.2
Sync Type: iCloud