I was initially really excited about Windows Hello support but now see that I will never benefit from this feature. I am still required to enter a master password after a boot up or restart. This makes Windows Hello support ultimately useless as I do not have 1Password set to auto lock throughout the day. I have Windows is set up to handle that. Repeatedly unlocking both Windows AND 1Password multiple times a day is not feasible (for me at least...and I would imagine most people).
My daily activity is going to the office/home and turning on the computer. Windows Hello immediately and beautifully logs me into Windows. Windows Hello is amazing how well it works to log me into Windows. It still blows me away after over a year of using it daily and is a delightful way to start my day. I then have to launch and enter the master password into 1Password. At this point my delight is diminished and I start to wonder why I am still having to manually type in a password. The pain is exaggerated by the delight I just experienced moments ago. I have Windows set to auto lock or I manually lock it when I am away from the computer (Windows Key+L or the lock key on the Surface ergonomic keyboard).
Since I am still required to enter the master password on first launch and have 1Password set to never auto lock (again, Windows handles this) I would never benefit from having Windows Hello support in 1Password.
Please make it so you can use Windows Hello on first launch. Does the Mac version support Touch ID on first launch? Maybe you can rename 1Password to 0Password in the future?
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