Access Bus Pwds from Browser Logged into Family Acct?

I have a business account with a free family account. From 1 password desktop, logged into my Family Acct, I can see all the passwords in both accounts. In the browser, logged in from my family account, I'm not able to access the passwords in the business account. So I invited my family account as a guest to my business account. When accepting the invite, I used my master pwd as recommended by 1Password when logging in. I see that I now have a new account at https://myBusiness.1password.com/profile

In the business account I shared access to the Admin folder with my personal account. However, those passwords still don't appear when I attempt to use them from my personal account. Is there a way to make those shared pwds available to the browser extension when logged in from personal account?

In other words:
myBusinessAcct/Admin-Vault is shared with myBusiness-myFamilyAcct
In a browser extension, I'm logged in with myBusiness-myFamilyAcct and I want to see the passwords in myBusinessAcct/Admin-Vault. Is that possible?

Thanks.


1Password Version: 7.6.785
Extension Version: 1.22.1
OS Version: Win 10.
Sync Type: Not Provided

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  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @mitchr

    It is not currently possible to see contents from multiple accounts simultaneously in the web app. The browser extension is a different story: you can add multiple accounts to 1Password X. To do so, right click on the extension icon in your browser and then select Settings. Scroll down to the Accounts & Vaults section of the settings and click the link titled "Sign in to another account." Perhaps in the future we'll be able to support being signed into multiple accounts in the web app much like the 1Password X extension as well as our 1Password for Windows, 1Password for Mac, etc apps do.

    I did want to clear up what appears may be a point of confusion:

    So I invited my family account as a guest to my business account.

    Accounts cannot span memberships: each account belongs to a single membership and can only view data from within that membership. What it sounds like happened here is you created a guest account under your business membership using your personal email address. This would be entirely separate and would have no tie to your 1Password Families membership/account. This is likely extraneous in this case, and you may want to consider deleting that guest account.

    Does that help? Please let me know.

    Ben

  • Ben:
    Thanks for the prompt feedback!
    Adding another account to the extension is exactly what I was looking for!
    Based on observation, I figured that there is no tie between the guest account and the family account. Considering that the email is unique and I used the same pwd, that is an interesting choice on your end.
    Anyway, I deleted the guest account and 1P is working the way I want it to.
    Thanks again.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Thanks for the update @mitchr! Glad to hear it is now working as desired. :+1: If we can be of further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Ben

  • I shut down my computer everyday. When I log back in and unlock my personal account, the business account is locked. Is it possible to set this so that I don't have to unlock both accounts everyday? Thanks.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @mitchr

    Is this in reference to 1Password X? If so, setting the same Master Password for both accounts will cause them to both unlock.

    Ben

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