Administrators: Get to know 1Password Teams

Hey, guys! It’s your buddy Khad from AgileBits. I’m not a system administrator, but I play one on YouTube. If your friends need a password manager, they’ll get just what the doctor ordered with 1Password. For your colleagues and team, you need the admin tools in 1Password Teams. For the challenges admins have. With the tools admins need.

The good news is that you don’t need a dedicated IT department to make the most of 1Password Teams. Everything you need to help manage your team – and let your team manage themselves – is built right in.

The tools you need

Using 1Password with a team requires more power and flexibility than using it at home or with your family. That’s why we designed 1Password Teams specifically with the needs of administrators in mind. In fact, it’s so easy to use, I’m starting to believe I really am an administrator.

Every team has different needs, so everything is completely customizable. But I haven’t met an administrator yet who doesn’t value efficiency. To help with that, we created a dedicated section for 1Password Teams on our support site where you can find everything you need in one place. Learn how to:

If you prefer a video tour, you’re in luck. I’ll show you how to:

  • add vaults
  • manage team members
  • create and manage groups
  • recover accounts
  • and more

In less than 10 minutes, you’ll have a team that functions like a well-oiled machine. (Well, I can’t stop Rick from stealing Laura’s sandwiches from the office fridge, but they’ll both always have access to all the passwords they need.)

The support you deserve

You can continue to learn at your own pace with the tutorials on 1Password Support and the 1Password Teams videos on YouTube. Or you can reach out to talk with us directly.

Whether you’re already a customer or are curious about getting started, if you have any questions or need assistance with a custom solution get in touch. Our dedicated support team is always here to help your team.

4 replies
  1. tavi
    tavi says:

    Hi all,
    I’m trying to connect 1Password app through a 443 port proxy but it seems that it doesn’t work.
    [strong]Any idea to bypass evil corporations network limitations?[/strong]
    1Password server address is blocked here, proxy is my only hope. I can access in web browser through a SurfEasy VPN / chrome addon.

    Reply
    • Kate Sebald
      Kate Sebald says:

      Hey Tavi! Apologies for the delay in replying to you! Between the holidays fast approaching, recent new releases, and some well-earned vacations for our teammates, I think all of us are scrambling a bit right now. I hope you can forgive us!

      If you’re using 1Password for Windows, you may find the latest beta to be improvement in working with a proxy. We’ve made some significant tweaks there recently that allow 1Password to work better with various poxies on Windows systems. Since you’ve found a way to use 1Password in your browser, you may also find using 1Password X on this particular machine to be a good solution. 1Password X doesn’t require a desktop app and these restrictions can certainly be a bit easier to bypass in your browser alone. These are just a couple things off the top of my head that might help out. If you’re still not having any luck, let us know more about this computer (Mac or PC alone would help a lot) and if I don’t have any additional tricks up my sleeve, maybe some other folks around here will have some additional ideas. 🙂

    • tavi
      tavi says:

      Thanks! 1p x looks promising. Will install the beta also to see if I can use it with a proxy. Have a nice weekend.

    • Kate Sebald
      Kate Sebald says:

      That’s awesome, Tavi! I hope it works wonderfully for you. If you have any questions, stop by our forum. The 1Password X team is always hanging out there and would be happy to lend a hand in helping you get set up or with anything else you might need. Plus, we’d love to hear what you think and always welcome any suggestions to make 1Password work better for you. 🙂

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