Suggestion Multiple URLs for a single login

JetLawJetLaw Member
edited March 2010 in 1Password 3 – 6 for Mac
Ok...So admittedly I am OCD and could very easily work around this issue, but here is what I would like to do in the pursuit of the most "elegant solution."

Example: My "apple" id serves as the login for MobileMe, the apple online store, and also iTunes. Since MobileMe has its own URL that is separate ad apart from apple.com, I have to create two entries in 1PW in order to fill the login using the app.

What I would like to do is have a second URL field so that I can have my apple username and password associated with both "www.apple.com" and "www.me.com"

Is there any way to accomplish this (without creating a separate entry for each site)?

Thanks,

Josh

Comments

  • lukenluken Junior Member
    edited December 1969
    I'll second, something as simple as ',' separated entries in the current edit menu would be wonderful. Would be nice to allow full regex matching to be enabled some how (maybe you do already?)
  • NikNik 1Password Alumni
    edited December 1969
    Welcome to the forums, luken. No, no regex at this time, I'm afraid; sorry!
  • CodeMonkCodeMonk Junior Member
    edited December 1969
    Me too -- plus, I have another similar issue:

    When you're using the resolver to finish domain names, sites are unique, i.e. If I'm at home.com, then:

    http://a/ -> http://a.home.com/
    and,
    http://b/ -> http://b.home.com/

    But, 1password can't distinguish. That part, alone, I can deal with. But, it is incredibly annoying that:

    http://mail.home.com/ is treated the same as http://web.home.com/

    Is there any way to have 1password look at the whole hostname in the url? At my office, I have dozens of different logins for different web based services. I usually have 2-3 for each site. (CodeMonkey -vs- administrator -vs- test user, etc). That part I love, that I can chose how to log in. But, when 1password groups together all sites ([url]http://*.home.com[/url]), then the 2-3 choices suddenly becomes 20 or so, which is a REAL pain.

    Ideas?
  • MartySMartyS AgileBits Customer Care (retired)
    edited December 1969
    CodeMonk wrote:
    Me too -- plus, I have another similar issue:

    When you're using the resolver to finish domain names, sites are unique, i.e. If I'm at home.com, then:

    http://a/ -> http://a.home.com/
    and,
    http://b/ -> http://b.home.com/

    But, 1password can't distinguish. That part, alone, I can deal with. But, it is incredibly annoying that:

    http://mail.home.com/ is treated the same as http://web.home.com/

    Is there any way to have 1password look at the whole hostname in the url? At my office, I have dozens of different logins for different web based services. I usually have 2-3 for each site. (CodeMonkey -vs- administrator -vs- test user, etc). That part I love, that I can chose how to log in. But, when 1password groups together all sites ([url]http://*.home.com[/url]), then the 2-3 choices suddenly becomes 20 or so, which is a REAL pain.

    Ideas?


    If your browser's address URL is http://mail.home.com and you have a Login with a Location that matches that URL it will be listed separate from a Login with a Location of http://web.home.com. I have may sites with unique hostnames and they matchup to my unique hostnames in the Location field. The exception is for hosts at google.com which we purposely exclude from the Precise URL Matching.

    When you navigate to http://mail.home.com/ are you typing in that full domain or are you typing http://mail/? Sometimes when you can provide a few real cases we can explain things better than with "example" URLs.
  • sumnerpsumnerp Junior Member
    edited December 1969
    +1

    my use case is logging into various Adobe sites from forums.adobe.com to www.acrobat.com. they all use the same adobe ID login, but right now i'm having to create separate entries in 1pwd.
  • MartySMartyS AgileBits Customer Care (retired)
    edited December 1969
    sumnerp wrote:
    +1

    my use case is logging into various Adobe sites from forums.adobe.com to www.acrobat.com. they all use the same adobe ID login, but right now i'm having to create separate entries in 1pwd.


    Thanks for letting us know this would be something that interests you.
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