OK, I'm just about ready to help one of my (few) computer-literate family members convert from pad and pencil (actually spreadsheet) to 1Password 7 for Families.
My thought is to first set up a 1Password environment where, together via remote screen-sharing, we create a "demo member" whose email, Master Password, and Secret Key it is acceptable for me to know in the course of going through the member activation process. Then I can proceed to show my family member how to populate and use 1Password on all their devices to access websites, store confidential info, etc.
Once we're both comfortable with their ability to use the package going forward, my intention is to delete entirely the "demo member" then, separately with just phone support, go through the "standard" family member setup (invite, activate, confirm, populate, etc.) to makeover the now open slot for the "real" member where their Master Password and Secret Key are not known (or knowable) to me.
However, with all the tangles and lockouts your users seem to get into with accounts, members, Master Passwords, Secret Keys, etc. I want to run my scheme by you folks for any cautions, advisements, or suggestions you may have. I currently have two open slots (3 actual members out of 5 total) so no problem there. My family member's devices are: a MacBook Pro on High Sierra, an iPhone with the current IOS, and a PC on Windows 10. Please look over my plan and let me know of any pitfalls you see or improvements you can suggest so I can keep my New Year's resolution a few days longer than I was able to last year...
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