1 password for iPhone.

I purchased the pro version thinking it would allow me to store multiple passwords that are non website related however I don't see that option. Am I missing something or did I just waste $10?


  • I only see the security part in the settings. The only option I have to enter passwords is under categories which is for websites.

  • MeganMegan

    Team Member

    Hi @Ls4568,

    Our Login category is meant for username and password combinations that can be filled in on websites. If you're looking to store passwords that are used for other purposes (perhaps a locker combination), you have a few options. As wkleem suggests, you could use the Secure Notes category, which is a customizable database with custom fields so you can create any sort of entry that you would like.

    The other option is the Passwords category. Generally, this category is used to save passwords that 1Password has generated for you (before they are properly saved into a Login item - as a safety net) but it could be used for passwords that have no username or website attached to them as well.

    Please let me know if you have any other questions about 1Password for iOS. I'm biased here, but I definitely don't think you wasted your money - I'm sure you'll find 1Password to be a useful tool for keeping your passwords, and other important digital information, secure. :)

  • brentybrenty

    Team Member

    Indeed! There's a lot of flexibility. The only times it really matters which item types you use are if they are such that you want 1Password to fill them (e.g. Login, Identity, Credit Card). Other types cannot be used for filling. Otherwise you can use whichever makes the most sense to you, and with the Pro Features you can add custom sections and fields to items (though the custom parts cannot be filled) to break things down and organize them the way you want. Cheers! :)

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