How can I organise my 1Password items in folders when using Families account?

m_wm_w
edited August 2016 in Families

I've been using 1Password with a family licence for many years and also found a way of sharing my vaults but now I'm thinking of moving to a Families account as I hope this will simplify things. I have signed up today and started using the Families account but I can't find a way of creating any folders in my personal or shared vaults. I have organised my items within the licensed version in many folders and would like to keep this. How do I do this? If the Families account doesn't offer this, would a Team account allow this?

Cheers
Michael


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Comments

  • JacobJacob

    Team Member

    Hey @m w! Glad to hear you're purveying 1Password Families. :) Accounts actually use tags for organization instead of folders. You can add tags on an individual item on 1Password.com by entering them in the tags field, separated by commas. In 1Password for Mac, you can select multiple items and drag them to the tag in the sidebar to add them all to that tag. Let us know how that goes.

  • Thanks Jacob - i thought you might say that :)
    I could certainly use tags instead of folders but I still see some disadvantages. What about sub folders and smart folders?

  • Also, how can I take a tag of a lot of items in one go. As you said, by dragging times onto an existing tag you can apply that tag to all times but how can you do the same for removing a tag?

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @m_w Do you want to remove all items from the tag, or just a group of them?

    At present we don't have anything like sub-folders or smart folders ("saved searches") in 1Password.com services, but is something we're looking it.

    Ben

  • Thanks Ben - I want remove the tag from some items only.

  • JacobJacob

    Team Member

    @m_w At the moment, it's only possible to bulk add tags to selected items. Removing them would either need to be one by one, or all the items. What you could do — and this would only be a few extra clicks — is delete the tag you have now, select the items you want to have the tag in the future, and recreate that tag for those items by selecting them and dragging and dropping them to the tag in the sidebar. :)

  • Thanks Jacob - that works.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    :+1::)

    Ben

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