I share my parents' vault and while tracking down disk usage increases, I discovered their opvault file size increased by about 3 GB month-on-month, increasing to current size of 5.22 GB. I don't see any obvious way inside the 1Password desktop app of pinpointing which records are larger sized records. I cleared out their Trash, deleting ~550 items but only maybe half dozen items were deleted in the last 3 months. Clearing the trash appeared to have no impact on the vault file size. I also looked for a means to compact the database but didn't see anything.
Any clues on what might be going on here? If there is functionality I'm overlooking to identify record file sizes / compact their vault, please let me know.
Me: Mac OSX 10.14.6, 1Password 7.4.2
Parents: Windows 10, windows version of 1Password, not exactly sure of their version but it's the version that supports tags, so 7.something
P.S. I've put their vault (normally used from their Windows app that doesn't have Smart Folders) through the Mac 1PW version's Smart Folder to determine number of records with file attachments. Only 30 records. They have 491 entries in their vault.
P.S.S. My personal vault is less than 200mb with 47 records having file attachments. I have 359 entries in my vault. Since their vault is closely sized to mine, I'd expect something no larger than 500mb.
1Password Version: Mixed
Extension Version: N/A
OS Version: Mixed
Sync Type: Dropbox