Secure Notes 安全の注意事項 We often have confidential information that needs to be stored in a secure place—our spouse’s social security number, a temporary bank account, a garage door password, or directions to a party. If the information is related to a Login, Identity, or Wallet item, you can use those items’ Notes field in 1Password to add it. If the information is not related to any of our predefined item types, hang on to those refrigerator sticky notes and try a 1Password Secure Note. Secure Notes enable you to keep any information in a freeform text note while safely encrypting it along with the rest of your 1Password data. As of 1Password 3, you can also attach files up to 20 MB in size. Just like the website passwords and credit card numbers you can store in 1Password, you (or someone else!) cannot get to your Secure Notes or their attachments without entering your data file’s Master Password. This provides encrypted storage for your stuff that doesn’t fit into other areas of 1Password. Here are the ways to add a new Secure Note to 1Password:
Click the Secure Notes section in 1Password’s sidebar, then click the plus sign at the bottom of the window
Go to the File menu and choose “New Secure Note…”
This will create a new Secure Note for you to edit and add attachments to. To save the Secure Note when you are finished, you can click the Edit button at the bottom of the note editing area, hit Command-E (the keyboard shortcut to toggle editing), or click another note or section of 1Password. Before storing too much information in free-form Secure Notes, however, be sure to check out other 1Password item types and templates. For example, many things you might consider adding as a Secure Note may already have Wallet item templates available for them.