A revamped home screen with greater customization options, including the ability to pin certain fields to the home screen, was one of the greatest changes with 1Password.
Users of 1Password will soon be able to reorder fields and sections within items thanks to an upgrade that will be made accessible to users. In a blog post, the business stated, “You might notice a few limitations at first, but we’ll be working hard to provide you genuine freedom and flexibility in every stored item.”
Additionally, 1Password will soon allow users to set a PIN Code to open the app when it comes to authentication. Naturally, users on iPhones and iPad will still have the option to unlock the app using Touch ID or Face ID. A default vault setting option will also be included in the update for saved items.
A public preview of Unlock with Okta, a new option to enforce 2FA using only security keys, improved VoiceOver support, the ability to import passwords, username suggestions, an App Catalog that proposes items to add to your vaults, and other improvements are included in the 1Password 8 release.