Now that I've got around 200 accounts in 1Password, I am repeatedly coming across one issue that makes updating a password more fiddly than it could be - the password generator doesn't remember what settings were used the last time a password was generated on a per-site basis.
What would be fantastic is if each stored site/login knew what settings its previously-generated password used, and defaulted to those settings when next regenerating a password for that site, eg:
Currently, if I update a password on a site where the maximum number of characters is decent (20+) and that accepts special chars, and then go to update a password on another site that a tops out at 16 and doesn't allow special chars (Japanese banks are the worst - don't even get me started on how many things wind me up about them, argh! ), the generated password for the second site will be too long, as it will use the same options as the first.
However, if the generator could remember the settings (eg: symbols, digits, length / words-vs-chars mode) last used per-site, you would only ever have to deal with setting the options appropriately the very first time you generated a password - thereafter, regenerating passwords for a given site would always default to known valid options, as they would conform to the previously used settings.
I'm sure there are plenty of things planned, but this would be a fantastic quality-of-life improvement...
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