I'm wondering if anyone has any advice on whether I should create vaults or tags. I have accounting clients that give me passwords and information for lots of things. I would like to keep that information in 1Password, but I'm not completely sure the best way to organize it. Here are the ways that I have looked into:
1- Create a tag called "Clients" and create a sub tag for each client. This was my initial thought, but if I want to share the files with a team member, I don't necessarily know how the tags replicate to other team members. I was also thinking that it may get a little bit unwieldy to have 500 tags and try to keep them all strait.
2 Create a vault for each client. I like this idea because I could potentially share a vault with a client if they use 1Password. This way, we could easily share information back and fourth if we shared a vault and they would only be able to see the information that we share. I don't know if this is necessarily a good idea since we would have a large problem if a password for one client were accidentally saved in the vault of another client. I just don't want to fence myself into tags if this would be something that could potentially work. I also don't know if it would be more unwieldy to handle 500 vaults or 500 tags. Maybe some folks could tell me which poison that they would choose?
3- Somewhat of a hybrid. I could create a vault for clients and then have a tag for each client in that vault. I would still potentially have 500 tags, but at least all of my clients would be separate from the rest of my logins.
If there is a good idea that I have not thought of to organize client data and client passwords, please let me know.
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