I just signed up for 1Password for Teams (1PfT?), and I've run into a couple of errors, and experienced some confusion.
After signing up and being taken to the Home page (/vaults), 1PfT displayed this "error loading vaults":
After closing that dialog, no vaults appeared on the page. But clicking "Create a Vault" took me to a page (I think it was /admin/vaults) that listed two vaults: Your Vault and Everyone.
Clicking on one of those vaults displayed an error about that vault not existing (sorry, I didn't capture the screenshot for that), although it then showed me a page about the vault, as if it did exist.
At that point, I went back to the list of vaults and created a vault. After which the Home page didn't display that error, and it showed me three vaults: the two initial vaults, and the new one that I created.
I then returned to /admin/vaults and deleted the vault I had created by pressing the "Delete Vault" button, which was straightforward, except that the dialog for deleting the vault labeled its sole button "Archive," and it wasn't clear what that means in this context. I would have assumed it means that there's a way to recover a deleted vault from some "archive" of them, except that the dialog claims, "This action is permanent."
In any case, after deleting/archiving the vault, clicking on one of the initial vaults no longer throws that error about the vault not existing. And going to the Home page no longer displays that "error loading vaults." Rather, it shows the two initial vaults. So I think I've successfully worked around the two errors I encountered.
However, the "Create a Vault" text on the Home page is no longer a link, and that confused me at first, as it made me wonder if I'm not allowed to create any more vaults, either intentionally or because of a bug. It took a minute or two for me to realize that it's because that link is part of a first run flow (Quests to Conquer) that asks you to do a series of tasks one time each, and the lack of a link is an indication that you've successfully completed that task.
FWIW, creating a vault is not something I would have wanted to do, since the two initial vaults satisfy my use case. In fact the Everyone vault by itself is enough, so not only do I not need a third, custom vault, I don't even need the "Your Vault" vault, although it doesn't seem possible to delete it.
1Password Version: 5.4.1
Extension Version: 4.4.4.b1
OS Version: 10.10.5
Sync Type: Dropbox