So today I learned that you need to 'confirm' people that you've invited. And if you "reject" them after they have been using it for a long time, maybe you are screwed.
Yesterday I went to my family interface to check something and noticed one of my family never used their account. So I selected their account and said "reject". Unfortunately for my dumb self, 'unconfirmed' does not mean they never signed up, it just means I never confirmed it.
That also means, when I selected reject, there was no way in the interface to recover their account. Normally you would need to suspend an account before removing it. Here there was
**Is it possible to recover his account? If not, is it possible to find a local copy of his data on one of his devices and use that to restore? He uses the firefox extension and android app only.
Secondly, if someone from 1password is reading this, is it possible to get 1password add a ticket to their backlog to fix this UX issue? I don't want anyone else losing data like this. A simple confirmation box with a message like, "if this user is using their account, all passwords and data will be lost" should be sufficient.
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