I frequently manually enter password information into 1Password using the iPhone or Mac desktop app. This entry will just have the title of the site I signed up for, let's say Fandango, the user ID, and the password. I did this without actually logging into the site and just by creating the entry. I will then go to Fandango's site and use my keyboard shortcut to have 1Password log me in automatically. Nothing will autofill and the browser app will open up. I understand the reason it does this is because the log-in website address was not saved into the original password entry I created.
What I'm hoping for though, is that when the browser app pops up and the text cursor goes to "Search Personal Vault" and I type in Fandango, that I click on the Fandango entry that I had previously created (without the website address) and that 1Password automatically fills in the user id and password info stored in the entry AND then adds the log-in website page details so that it can autofill everything next time. This would seem like a fairly standard function to me but I cannot for the life of me figure it out. As far as I can tell, I have to search for the existing Fandango entry, and then cut and copy the user ID and password from 1Password browser app into the website, and then after I successfully login, 1Password then asks to create a brand new entry, creating a duplicate for me.
Am I doing something wrong or is there anything you think that might be able to help me? I hope I was clear enough!
Thank you regardless!
1Password Version: 6.8.1
Extension Version: 4.6.9 (Safari)
OS Version: OS X 10.11.6
Sync Type: Whatever is standard