This is probably a feature request but maybe there's a way to deal with this that I don't know of. Here's the scenario:
We use G-Suite for business and also have a few dozen free gmail accounts that we use for password recovery addresses for various services for clients. When I go to log into gmail, I use the hotkey combo and it pops up the list of ALL the gmail logins stored in 1password that I have access to. Dozens of them. Then, I have to slowly scroll thru all of them until I find the one I need somewhere way down the list. The one I need, regardless of which one it is, seems to NEVER be at the top, but that could be coincidence. Anyway I read on another article about how you don't want to rearrange the list of entries on the fly, for example moving the most used to the top, because it makes it harder for visually-oriented people to find their entry in the list, and that's a very valid concern, but I think there may be some other options, at least for Gmail.
The way the gmail logon screen works now (and I hate it but have no influence over google) is, the first screen asks for your email address, fill that click next and you get a screen with the email address on it, and a box for the password below. On the first screen, there's no way for 1password to have any idea which of the multiple accounts I want to use, fair enough. But on the second screen the username is printed right above the password entry field. It should be possible to parse that and only offer the correct login option.
Another possibility I though of, would be to be able to set a 'default' login for any service that has multiple logins, and that login would appear at the top of the list always. 1password is smart enough to know that all our g-suite accounts @mycompany.com and all the @gmail.com logins are for the same service so if I could set my g-suite login as default for all google service logins, that would cover 98% of my use case. I use the other gmail logins on rare occasions, but every time I log in I am presented with dozens of gmail logins that I never or rarely use, with a bunch of them above my login, which i use all the time. I have a hard time scanning thru the list to find mine, particularly on a mac where it doesn't' show the email address, just "Google Apps" and I have to mouse over to see which email that one's for. Yea, I know I could rename that login with my email address in the name, but I keep forgetting...
Anyway is there a better way to deal with this that I don't know?? If not, consider this a feature request for 1 of 2 features.
1.) read the email address off the second gmail login screen and only offer the login for that email address.
2.) allow user to set default login for services with multiple logins stored.
Thanks a ton!
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