Hi, first i want to say quickly that i use 1Password a lot since several years ago and this is without doubt a best in class product.
Every year before i renew my 1Password individual subscription i'm tempted to try 1Password for Families but there is an issue that holds me back every single time.
A malicious (or by accident) family organizer can delete another family account without their consent and suddenly you lose all your data.
There is an old thread on the forums about this since 2017 and a lot of points were made:
I also last year wrote personally last year to the support asking about this exactly issue.
The support member responded very nicely and the main point was made:
" We feel that accidentally deleting an account should be very rare - as you'd have to go through the account settings page and with multiple warnings that you will be affecting other members data."
As a workaround solution this was proposed:
"In those cases, the other person would have to save their data by putting one of their devices with the 1Password app on it into Airplane mode then copying their data into a new standalone vault."
This is an awkward solution since you don't know until you try to access your account that it was revoked. It's like the chicken-egg problem.
At the end of the thread he mentioned:
"I will definitely advocate for this feature within our team."
I understand that Families derived from Teams and there this isn't an issue, but this is very problematic in a Family environment.
Is this something that will be addressed somehow ?
I'm not asking about timelines, i'm a developer myself and understand the dynamics of the businesses, i just want an honest answer about what to expect in the future.
Thanks for the time and keep with the good work.
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