Let me first describe how I use 1Password on my PC (since it might get Agile to fix how that works). When I need to generate I new password, I go the the password-change page of a website, open 1Password's password generator, generate a password, and then copy that password to the clipboard so that I can paste it into the fields on the webpage. Then, after it has succeeded, I open the Login entry for that site in 1Password and paste the new password into the password field.
I understand that Agile provides a "Fill" button to automatically paste the generated password into the proper text boxes, but, in the vast majority of cases I've tried it, 1Password doesn't offer to save the new password after I successfully complete the password-change webpage. This means that, like above, I have to go edit the Login entry, manually. Only, this time, I have to go try to track down what the generated password was, which I can never seem to find. Why doesn't 1Password have a "Fill and save" button which would fill the fields of the webpage and save that password to the Login item's password field all at the same time?
Anyway, getting to the iPad... either of these workflows seem impossible. Using the browser built into 1Password and going to a password-change page for some website, when I try to generate a password with the iPad app, if I tap on the generated password to select and copy it, tapping on the generated password immediately pastes it into the webpage form. I'm unable to select and copy it from the form. And I'm also unable to find any list of generated passwords within the iPad app. Great! So, I have now changed my password on a website and I have no record of what I changed it to.
What is Agile's recommended workflow when changing passwords with the built-in browser?