Dashlane has it, and I am missing this brilliant Feature in 1Password, now that I've made the switch.
What ist it?
Emergency Access allows people who do not have a 1Password account to request access to your account. Only specified people (email addresses) are allowed to request access. When the request is sent, the password manager will wait a pre-defined amount of time (1 day, 3 days, 3 weeks...) before granting the access. When access is requested, the account owner is notified about it, so he or she can deny the request.
Why is this important?
I think that is obvious. It's 2019, and we all have a massive digital footprint and legacy, that contains very important stuff like insurances, access to online banking and what not. In a catastrophic event (loss of life, coma, etc.), all this stuff can become inaccessible by family, which in itself can have catastrophic consequences. With Emergency Access, this can be prevented.
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