Now 1Password remembers sites that use third-party accounts like Google or Facebook to log in

From The Verge: Password management provider 1Password just launched its new “sign-in with” feature that automatically saves and fills logins using third-party credentials. 1Password thus is now able to give customers an option to sign in to sites or apps that require, say, their Google, Apple, GitHub, or Facebook credentials with just one click.

Now, users don’t need to remember which provider they used for this specific service since 1Password can do it for them.

For example, let’s say you’re trying to sign in to Spotify, but you can’t remember if you usually sign in with your Gmail, Apple, or Facebook accounts. A 1Password pop-up will inform you which provider it’s linked to and ask whether you’d like to click to sign in with your stored login credentials.

The feature was announced over the summer and has been in beta testing for the last few months.

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