1Password CLI

Release Notes


2.2.0  (build #2020001) – released 2022-05-06

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This release mainly contains some improvements around the CLI's help-text, as well as adds the possibility to pipe via stdin when creating items.

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2.1.0  (build #2010001) – released 2022-04-25

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In this release, we've added a feature to include item fields' secret references as part of an item's JSON output.

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2.0.2  (build #2000201) – released 2022-04-20

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This release contains a small fix and improvements to the usage help-text.

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2.0.1  (build #2000102) – released 2022-04-17

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OpenBSD: 386 | amd64 | arm64

Windows: 386 | amd64

This release contains fixes and improvements that have been suggested by customers for the 2.0.0 CLI. Additionally, it includes security improvements made after a security audit by Secfault Security.

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2.0.0  (build #2000019) – released 2022-03-10

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OpenBSD: 386 | amd64 | arm64

Windows: 386 | amd64

This is the first release of the next generation of 1Password CLI! 🚀

It takes the usability and accessibility that you're used to from 1Password to the terminal. Among others, it allows you to unlock the CLI using biometrics, and has a new and improved command structure and output.

In addition, we also introduced some brand new functionality to 1Password CLI. Some of the features we'd like to highlight are Psst! support and the ability to securely load secrets into scripts, applications, and other workloads.

We would like to shout out our amazing early access community for raising bug reports, suggesting improvements, and helping us shape the 1Password CLI along every iteration of the beta into the product we are now releasing! 🎉

Check out all the improvements and new features below and learn more in our new developer documentation!

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