What would 1Password be without vaults? They’re where you put your most important information to keep it safe, and they’ve been a core part of the 1Password experience since the beginning. In 1Password Teams, vaults are more useful than ever. Let’s look at how vaults can help you organize and share information within your team.
Together, custom groups and roles give you the power to organize your team and encourage autonomy. By appointing group managers, you set up your team to run itself—-leaving you free to focus on other tasks. The best part is, there are no limits to the size of a group, the number of groups you create, or that each member can belong to.
In this series of posts we’ll be exploring 1Password Teams and the features that make it uniquely suited to the challenges faced by businesses. Today’s article is about the Activity Log, a rich overview of all the activity that takes place in your team.
My mom is always the first to whip out a business card and tell people all about how 1Password can make their lives easier. So when the Today Show reached out to us, we got to share a proud mom moment – 1Password on TV! It’s been a few months since then, but I was […]
We created 1Password Teams to solve long-standing challenges faced by businesses who need to protect their sensitive information. In this series of posts we’ll be exploring 1Password Teams and features that make it uniquely suited to these challenges. This first entry is all about account recovery, how we use it, and how to make a recovery plan.
Earlier this week, Google announced the availability of the Android O Developer Preview. We’ve been anticipating this for a while and its arrival certainly didn’t disappoint. The developer documentation shows lots of enhancements to existing features and a few key new ones as well. And of course, one in particular that has our entire Android […]
Today we are upping the $$$ of our bug bounty program to further stress test the security of 1Password, and most importantly reinforce our commitment to keeping our customers’ data as safe and secure as it can be.
Hello again friends! 👋 When I last wrote about 1Password for Android, we had just released version 6.4 with support for Android 7.0 and all of its Nougat-y goodness. We’ve been hard at work since then, but before I tell you about some of the great changes we’ve introduced in version 6.5, I want to […]
Welcome to Part 3 in a three-part series of posts that go in-depth on the recent events that caused macOS to prevent 1Password for Mac from launching on our customer’s machines. In this thrilling conclusion we’ll go into what we’ve learned and what the rest of the developer community needs to do to prevent this same sort of pain in their own apps.
Last week, Cloudflare announced a vulnerability that potentially affected all their clients. Your 1Password data is safe, but you’ll need to change your passwords for those websites affected by the Cloudflare issue. 1Password can help. Learn how to use Watchtower to find passwords you need to change.