For security reasons, when you open an item that contains a password, the password field shows only a string of black dots instead of the actual password.
Viewing a password in oneSafe for iPhone and iPad and oneSafe for Android
If you’d like to make a password visible, there are two ways to do it. One makes it permanently visible. The other gives you just a quick peek.
1. Making a password permanently visible
To make your password visible permanently, simply tap on the password field. A pop-up menu appears that includes a button marked “Show.” Hitting this button makes your password visible at all times, whether your item is open or closed.
Tap the password field again and the “Show” button becomes a “Hide” button that lets you switch back to the black dots, so that your password is permanently hidden again.
2. Making a password momentarily visible
To simply have a quick peek at your password, just tap the “eye” icon that appears at the right-hand end of the password field. Your password will “pop up” in a large, visible font. Tap anywhere to make your password invisible again.
Viewing a password in oneSafe for Mac
To view a password in oneSafe for Mac, first click on the item. At the left-hand end of the horizontal blue bar that appears in the middle of the screen, you will see a small “eye” icon. Click on this “eye” and your password will “pop up” in a large, visible font. Click anywhere in the main screen to make your password disappear again.
Likewise, a similar “eye” icon appears when you move the cursor over the password field in your item (at the left-hand end of the password field). Clicking this “eye” will also make your password “pop up” to be momentarily visible.