I bought and paid for standalone versions of 1Password (Mac, iOS). Given the hullabaloo around being shoved towards 1Password.com, I am thinking about switching to 1Password Families, since the security concerns for me are about the same as they are now (I use Dropbox and sync vaults with others). I have a few questions about 1Password Families:
- If my spouse keeps her own passwords but I "own" the family account, will I be able to see her own private ones? I don't want to, and I want to give her reassurance that what is private to her account stays private while still being able to help her in case something goes wrong.
- I have an "Old" vault that keeps old passwords that I no longer use. Right now it remains private to my Mac. I would like to be able to keep that vault but not give anyone access to it (so it wouldn't show up in All Vaults, for example). Can this be done?
- I have had multiple instances where I thought I had changed a password on a website, but it didn't take, and some time later I come back and have to dig through my password history to find the old one and use it. Because 1Password doesn't delete old data (for now) this is something I can do. But with the advanced and improved features of 1Password.com, it can only keep 365 days of history. So if I'm interpreting this right, not only would my records of old passwords through the years be deleted upon import, likely only one password would remain in history over time (I hope it doesn't delete passwords that have not been used in one year). Even encrypted, passwords don't take a lot of space, so I would be nowhere near the 1 GB limit with a longer history. (Also - and this may be surprising - but it is also helpful to see password histories.) Can you confirm what will happen with old passwords?
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