How to use 1Password for Firefox

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1Password for Firefox lets you access your passwords and other private information without leaving the browser. You can use it to autofill credentials, create strong passwords for new apps and websites, and retrieve any data you’ve stored in your vault.

1Password for Firefox means your password manager is always with you online

1Password for Firefox gives you total control over password management while browsing the web. It provides storage and access to your account credentials, payment details, banking information, addresses, and other private data whenever you require them.

Whether you need to generate a strong password for a new account, autofill a saved login, or access any other piece of stored information, 1Password for Firefox has got you covered – all without leaving your browser.

Need to switch between devices? No problem. You can set up and use 1Password for Firefox on any number of Mac, Windows, and Linux computers.

How to set up 1Password for Firefox

Once you’ve signed up for 1Password, follow these steps to set up access to your stored information directly in Firefox:

  • Open a new Firefox browser tab on your desktop
  • Visit this page and choose the Firefox option
  • Select “Add to Firefox” on the Firefox Browser Add-Ons page
  • Choose “Add” when prompted to grant the necessary permissions to 1Password for Firefox
  • Firefox will inform you that 1Password was added successfully, and the 1Password icon will now appear in Firefox’s toolbar

If you can’t see the 1Password icon in the toolbar, navigate to the menu (it looks like three lines stacked on top of each other) followed by More tools and Customize toolbar. Drag 1Password to the toolbar, then choose Done.

Let 1Password make online password access a breeze

Streamline your online activity by putting all your secure information at your fingertips. 1Password for Firefox can easily create, store, and autofill passwords right from your browser. It can also save you time by autofilling other information, including credit card numbers and billing and delivery addresses.

While browsing Firefox, 1Password lets you:

  • Generate strong, unique passwords for new accounts
  • Save usernames, email addresses and passwords for accounts you set up before using 1Password
  • Edit any items currently saved in your 1Password vaults.
  • Autofill your passwords and other digital secrets, like credit card numbers, delivery and billing addresses, and software license numbers
  • Instantly retrieve and enter two-factor authentication (2FA) codes
  • Organize your passwords and other private data into customized vaults
  • Find specific logins within your vault

Any changes you make in 1Password for Firefox will also be synced with 1Password for Mac, Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, iOS, and Android.

1Password for Firefox can store any information you want protected

In addition to saving your usernames and passwords, 1Password for Firefox can also store:

  • Credit and debit card numbers
  • Bank account information
  • Passport information
  • Addresses
  • Medical Records
  • Driver Licenses
  • Secure Notes
  • Documents
  • And so much more!

1Password is compatible with any device

1Password for Firefox works perfectly on its own, giving you a simple way to create, save and use strong passwords across the web.

But did you know that 1Password for Firefox can be used together with 1Password for Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Linux, and Chrome OS? These apps are intuitively designed and make it convenient to save, organize, and autofill your securely stored information in any application – not just Firefox. All of your data is synced across devices, ensuring that you always have access to what you need, when you need it.

Smart. Simple. Secure. That’s 1Password.

Try 1Password for free and access your passwords and information securely stored in your vaults from wherever you are online.