Suggestion: Select list of domains to disable 1Password for

Al NelsonAl Nelson
edited September 8 in 1Password X

It is good we can manually allocate domains where 1P will not autosave new passwords
However I want to completely disable 1P for selected domains (used for work) where the UI gets in the way. I don't want 1P to prompt me for unlock or suggested logins for these domains.


1Password Version: 7.6.780
Extension Version: 1.21.0
OS Version: Windows 10
Sync Type: 1Password

Comments

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @Al Nelson!

    Have you considered using a separate vault for this? You can then tell 1Password not to show you results from this vault.

  • Hi Ana, the passwords are in a separate vault, but when I need to unlock, I would still be getting the unlock prompt regardless? It's an ok bandaid, but I still would love to hear if this kind of feature could be added to the roadmap?

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @Al Nelson:

    It's an ok bandaid, but I still would love to hear if this kind of feature could be added to the roadmap?

    I have added your feedback to the internal discussion about this ;)

    ref: dev/core/core#460

  • Thankyou very much

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    You are welcome @Al Nelson! I am happy to help :)

    If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out anytime.

    Have a wonderful day :)

  • I have a similar request. I need to be able shut 1PasswordX off when I am doing development work, and especially when I am doing end-to-end testing. Otherwise testing forms gets terribly annoying. Creating an empty vault isn't a good solution; I'm still getting prompts offering suggestions. All I need is a quick way to shut it off and turn it back on when I need it.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @siplhium

    Which web browser are you using? Chrome offers a quick way to disable extensions:

    1. Right click on the 1Password X icon in the toolbar
    2. Select Manage Extensions
    3. Slide the slider from On to Off

    When you want to re-enable it you'd return to that same page and slide the slider back. Does that help? Please let me know.

    Ben

  • Thanks Ben. That's certainly better than nothing, but it's not terribly quick or convenient. I did find something quicker that works: right-click the extension icon in the browser (Chrome) toolbar and select "This Can Read and Change Site Data...when you click the Extension". If I was using !Password instead of 1PasswordX, this of course would not help. A key command to disable/turn off the app/extension would be a good addition.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Thanks for the suggestion. We'll monitor for feedback from folks that find they have a need to temporarily disable 1Password in their browser and see if there are improvements we can make to help with that workflow.

    Ben

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