I'm an avid 1Password user and I'm trying to plan for an emergency situation (such as my passing) so that a designated person can gain access to a subset (NOT all) of my credentials stored in a 1Password vault when the time comes. What I do NOT want is ongoing access while I'm alive. I'm thinking of some type of 'open in case of emergency' document stored in a safe that can be accessed, which has instructions on how to open a 1Password vault that just has the credentials I want to share.
If I wanted to give my successor FULL access to my vault I know I could just leave behind the 1P emergency sheet w/master password. But I have many credentials and other info that I want to keep private even upon my death. Ideally I'd love a way to tag credentials in my primary 1P vault that could be accessed with a secondary master password that I could leave to my successor in a physical safe. Or a way to tag credentials that are real time sync'd with a wholly separate vault with unique secret key and master password that I leave in a safe.
Are there any options with 1P that can fulfill my requirements? Maybe I'm over thinking this, but I'm stumped on the best way to proceed.
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