Is there keyboard shortcut that lets me fill in the credentials stored in 1Password into a webpage?

Is there a way that, by a keyboard shortcut, I can fill in the login credentials stored in 1Password and presented as a dropdown menu option? I found a response here suggesting it could be done by Command-Backslash (or possibly Command-Period), but neither work. Command-Period seems to open the extension's searchbox, but it seems foolish to search for the site when 1Password has already looked at the URL and figured the correct one. I really am keyboard-centric and if I have to use the mouse/trackpad each time, that's a big negative for 1Password.


1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: 1.20.0
OS Version: 10.15.6
Sync Type: Not Provided

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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @WCityMike! Welcome to the forum!

    Yes, by default it's Cmd + \ in 1Password for Mac, but that works with the companion browser extension. 1Password X (the extension that you are currently using) currently does not have a keyboard shortcut for that. But if you like using the keyboard, just press Tab until you reach the login form, and 1Password will show its dropdown ;)

  • Thanks!

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member
    edited July 30

    You're welcome, @WCityMike .
    You can also press CMD+. to show 1Password's search popup, but it should already be focused on the relevant login of the website you're visiting, so simply hitting Enter should autofill even if you're not focusing the username/password field. That would probably be the fastest way to autofill.

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