In our family membership, everyone is a Family Organizer. We have plenty of trust for each other, but we are also all aware that one of the foundations of security is giving access to data only to those who need it. We want to follow this security guideline within 1Password. I know that I can create a vault with access shared by all family members. I can create a vault that is only visible to me. I can create a vault shared by just two, or just three of the family members.
However, each of these partially shared vaults says that it gives access to every Family Organizer. Is there a way around this? In our view, any Family Organizer should be able to do all the administrative tasks. That seems to work fine in 1Password. And each member should have a private vault that no one else can see, not even the other Family Organizers. That is part of 1Password, too. But I haven't found a way to set up a vault that selectively shares data between two family members, and doesn't let the other Family Organizers access it.
Am I missing something? 1Password has recognized that each individual has a reason and a method to keep some data private from other Family Organizers. The same privacy reasons exist for pairs, trios, and quads within the family. Mom and daughter may want to share some info, that they don't want Dad and brother to see. The four people planning the surprise party don't want the fifth member to see any details of the planning. Two members of the family may have a joint ownership or a financial partnership that doesn't involve the others. There are plenty of reasons and situations where family members need or want privacy in groups of two, three, or four, independent of the Family Organizer status of the different members.
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