If you use 1Password (why wouldn’t you?) and you happen to use Chrome as your default browser on the Mac, you may have noticed the latest 1Password beta introduces a brand new great looking Chrome extension. To enable beta releases in 1Password, open the Preferences, go to the Updates tab and check “Include Beta versions”. Install the beta update, and restart Chrome to activate the updated extension.
The new extension looks great, and finally brings proper 1Password support to Chrome. I heard many complaints from users in the past who didn’t want to switch to Chrome due to lack of 1P support.
Those days are over, the new extension looks (and works) very well.
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