I have some feedback I'd like to share.
Sometimes we are asked to specify certain characters from a password, e.g. the 3rd, 5th, 13th characters. The large type view numbers the characters which is helpful but it does still require effort to find each character in turn. It would be really helpful if 1Password could read the form and automatically fill in the characters or if the user could at least type something like 3, 5, 13 to have the 3rd, 5th and 13th characters displayed by 1Password. This is just something that's been bothering me because I need to log in to sites like this a lot.
Also, it would be great if you could consider putting 'large type' and 'view' as buttons next to 'copy' rather than as part of a drop down list. I understand why you've put them in a drop down list but it's just quite annoying to have to click an extra time (I'm quite lazy ). It would feel more seamless if the button was already there and ready to click.
Could you please also consider incorporating a keyboard shortcut for automatically filling in personal identity information (name, address email address, etc.)? It's frustrating to have to click through the 1Password interface every time I want to do this so I've actually switched to using my browser's built in autofill feature.
One final thing: additional lines for home addresses. I've been waiting years for this and it still hasn't arrived. It's really strange it hasn't because here in the UK I always see 2-3 lines for the house name / street, a line for town, and one for postcode. I never see just 1 line for house name / street in a form yet 1Password only supports 1 line!! Maybe it's not an issue outside of the UK, I'm not sure, but surely this extra line isn't too difficult to incorporate – I'm sure a lot of your users are based in the UK and would really benefit from this.
I hope you can consider all of this.
All the best,
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