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Sep 14, 2018 If you find you’re out of date with syncing, launch 1Password in iOS or macOS. In iOS, follow these steps: In 1Password, tap Settings Sync.; The display should show Primary and Dropbox. The password-management utility has long offered Dropbox synchronization, so that users can access their 1Password-stored logins on all their computers and iOS devices. 1Password 3’s Dropbox integration, however, relies on an older version of Dropbox’s API, and Dropbox is shutting down that version of the API on September 1.

show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
add or change a password.
1P 6.2.1
OS X 10.11.4
Anyone?
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unread,May 15, 2016, 10:00:50 PM5/15/16
> show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
>
> Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
> add or change a password.
>
> 1P 6.2.1
> OS X 10.11.4
>
> Anyone?
I'm no one, but I recommend that you go back to Dropbox because it has
worked reliably since 1Password was released and it continues to work
reliably. Compare that to a cloud service that you're struggling to get
to work for you.
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unread,May 16, 2016, 7:47:38 AM5/16/16
>> show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
>>
>> Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
>> add or change a password.
>>
>> 1P 6.2.1
>> OS X 10.11.4
>>
>> Anyone?
> I'm no one, but I recommend that you go back to Dropbox because it has
> worked reliably since 1Password was released and it continues to work
> reliably. Compare that to a cloud service that you're struggling to get
> to work for you.
I agree.
OTOH, I use 1Password with iCloud syncing across numerous devices and
have no problems with it. I switch it back to Dropbox every now and then
just so that there's another backup of my 1Password database.
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unread,May 16, 2016, 11:54:03 AM5/16/16
>> show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
>>
>> Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
>> add or change a password.
>>
>> 1P 6.2.1
>> OS X 10.11.4
>>
>> Anyone?
>
> I'm no one, but I recommend that you go back to Dropbox because it has
> worked reliably since 1Password was released and it continues to work
> reliably. Compare that to a cloud service that you're struggling to get
> to work for you.
Recently the web access for 1Password has stopped working, not sure why,
but per various sites 1Password no longer support that. It's was a
backup for me and the main reason I was using Dropbox v. iCloud.
I'll stick to iCloud for now, but if I keep experiencing this I'll flip
it back at Dropbox.
to
Alan Browne:
> >> I switched 1Password from Dropbox to iCloud syncing recently. The home
> >> Mac has had sync issues since then.
> >>
> >> Symptom: If I add a new password to it on the Mac, the new PW doesn't
> >> show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
> >>
> >> Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
> >> add or change a password.
> >>
> >> 1P 6.2.1
> >> OS X 10.11.4
> >>
> >> Anyone?
Davoud:
> > I'm no one, but I recommend that you go back to Dropbox because it has
> > worked reliably since 1Password was released and it continues to work
> > reliably. Compare that to a cloud service that you're struggling to get
> > to work for you.
Alan Browne:
> Recently the web access for 1Password has stopped working, not sure why,
> but per various sites 1Password no longer support that. It's was a
> backup for me and the main reason I was using Dropbox v. iCloud.
I don't know what 'web access for 1Password' means. Is there something
beyond syncing across devices via Dropbox (or iCloud)? I at first
thought you meant that Internet syncing no longer worked, but that's
not the case; I entered a new log-in on my Mac and within seconds it
had propagated to other devices.

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> I'll stick to iCloud for now, but if I keep experiencing this I'll flip
> it back at Dropbox.
Whatever works!
to
Davoud <[email protected]> wrote:
> Alan Browne:
> > Recently the web access for 1Password has stopped working, not sure why,
> > but per various sites 1Password no longer support that. It's was a
> > backup for me and the main reason I was using Dropbox v. iCloud.
>
> I don't know what 'web access for 1Password' means.
Basically, 1Password Anywhere allowed people to use a web browser to get
hold of passwords tored in Dropbox. Changes in Dropbox mean this no
longer works, and the 1PW developers also felt that 1PW Anywhere was
created at a time when technology was very different from today, other
options are now posible, and that it was not worth (or not possible) to
try to update it. Sync
If one really insists on browser access there is the new 1Password for
Families, which is a subscription service. Certainly worthwhile for
families, some users reckon it is worthwhile for individuals even if
one already has the standard version.
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unread,May 18, 2016, 9:26:49 AM5/18/16
Daniel Cohen:
> Basically, 1Password Anywhere allowed people to use a web browser to get
> hold of passwords tored in Dropbox. Changes in Dropbox mean this no
> longer works, and the 1PW developers also felt that 1PW Anywhere was
> created at a time when technology was very different from today, other
> options are now posible, and that it was not worth (or not possible) to
> try to update it.
>
> If one really insists on browser access there is the new 1Password for
> Families, which is a subscription service. Certainly worthwhile for
> families, some users reckon it is worthwhile for individuals even if
> one already has the standard version.
Thanks for the explanation. The applications for Mac OS and iOS do the
job for me.
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On 2016-05-16 23:07, Davoud wrote:
> Alan Browne:
>>>> I switched 1Password from Dropbox to iCloud syncing recently. The home
>>>> Mac has had sync issues since then.
>>>>
>>>> Symptom: If I add a new password to it on the Mac, the new PW doesn't
>>>> show up on the phone. Check into 1P and it's endlessly trying to sync.
>>>>
>>>> Force it to close and re-start it and all is well until the next time I
>>>> add or change a password.
>>>>
>>>> 1P 6.2.1
>>>> OS X 10.11.4
>>>>
>>>> Anyone?
>
> Davoud:
>>> I'm no one, but I recommend that you go back to Dropbox because it has
>>> worked reliably since 1Password was released and it continues to work
>>> reliably. Compare that to a cloud service that you're struggling to get
>>> to work for you.
>
> Alan Browne:
>> Recently the web access for 1Password has stopped working, not sure why,
>> but per various sites 1Password no longer support that. It's was a
>> backup for me and the main reason I was using Dropbox v. iCloud.
>
> I don't know what 'web access for 1Password' means.
If you're on a machine that does not have 1P you could access your
Dropbox (via webpage), go to the 1P folder and in there is an HTML page
you can load into a browser. In turn get the 1P style password gate and
thence a web version of 1P. You could access your passwords but not
make updates to your data or passwords. It times out pretty quick too.
Useful if you need to get a personal password while at work where you
don't have 1P installed, for example.
That html file went missing a couple weeks ago and I find on the Agile
site that that capability has gone to unsupported status.

Is there something
> beyond syncing across devices via Dropbox (or iCloud)? I at first
> thought you meant that Internet syncing no longer worked, but that's
> not the case; I entered a new log-in on my Mac and within seconds it
> had propagated to other devices.
>
>> I'll stick to iCloud for now, but if I keep experiencing this I'll flip
>> it back at Dropbox.
>
> Whatever works!
I've tried setting up p/w's on the Mac and iPhone and now all seems fine
via iCloud.
1password Force Sync Free
>
> Daniel Cohen:
>> Basically, 1Password Anywhere allowed people to use a web browser to get
>> hold of passwords tored in Dropbox. Changes in Dropbox mean this no
>> longer works, and the 1PW developers also felt that 1PW Anywhere was
>> created at a time when technology was very different from today, other
>> options are now posible, and that it was not worth (or not possible) to
>> try to update it.
>>
>> If one really insists on browser access there is the new 1Password for
>> Families, which is a subscription service. Certainly worthwhile for
>> families, some users reckon it is worthwhile for individuals even if
>> one already has the standard version.
>
> Thanks for the explanation. The applications for Mac OS and iOS do the
> job for me.
Except when you wanted to access your 1P passwords/data from a machine
that did not have 1P installed (as a guest for example). You do need to
remember your Dropbox PW of course.
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