1Password 4.2 includes 30 new features
Posted on 13 March 2014.
Popular OS X password manager 1Password reached version 4.2, which includes over 30 new features and improvements.


1Password mini
  • You can now edit items directly within 1Password mini!
  • Edit generated passwords in 1Password mini, too
  • Greatly improved URL matching makes logging in to sites with sub domains easy
  • Configure URL matching for sub domains in 1Password > Preferences > Browser
  • Improved support for multiple Chrome profiles
  • By popular request, 1Password mini now shows Secure Notes!
  • 1Password mini now supports fuzzy search. For example: “oogle” will now return items named “Google”.
AutoSave
  • 1Password’s AutoSave window will prompt to save new Logins in your primary vault by default
  • AutoSave now searches all vaults before asking to save/update new Logins
  • You can now choose which vault to use when saving a new Login.
Item Editing
  • You can now resume editing if 1Password locks or quits in the middle of a change
  • You can even switch vaults while editing an item and resume editing when you switch back
  • Easily rename tags directly within the sidebar
  • Item note editing now supports Undo/Redo.
Backups
  • New Find Backup button allows you to restore external backup files
  • You can now restore from a backup when launching 1Password for the first time.
Syncing
  • Improved sync performance
  • Improved sync error reporting.
New Languages
  • Catalan and Danish localization.
Tweaks
  • Use Go&Fill from the main application even when your browser is not open
  • You can now sort by Category in Security Audit
  • Improved import from CSV
  • Squashed many bugs reported by our awesome customers.





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