I just subscribed to a 1Password personal account. Previously I had been using the standalone version for years, syncing via Dropbox. I migrated all data to the account and deleted my old primary vault - all is good.
After doing that, something came to my mind: there doesn't seem to be a way to backup all data locally. Or at least I can't find it.
I know that 1Password guarantees backup and redundancy of all data, which is nice. But should something bad and unforeseeable happen whereas the 1Password cloud suddenly thinks I have 0 passwords stored, then syncs this across all my devices (basically deleting all my passwords), I would be out of luck, with no passwords and no backup.
So, is there some kind of way to create a backup of the locally cached 1Password data on a Mac, as a disaster recovery case? Or do we really have a 100% guarantee that nothing will ever happen to our data?
1Password Version: 6.6
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: macOS 10.12.3
Sync Type: 1Password Account