A couple of chapters ago, in Learn How Logins Work, you learned how to save credentials for a few websites and use 1Password to fill them in. Although you can get lots of mileage out of the simple procedures I explained there, 1Password has lots of other options for working with websites. In this chapter I explain when you might need these extra features and how to use them when you do.
Among the things I cover here is generating new passwords, which you’ll probably need to do more often when browsing the web than in any other situation. I also discuss the way 1Password uses identities (sets of contact details) and credit cards, both of which you’re likely to use regularly while browsing.