@sklompextern: You're very welcome! And we'd love to get your company's feedback on the feature as well. Please feel free to reach out to [email protected] any time.
Hello@brenty is it available only in web? I turned on beta in the administrative settings of the team, turned on beta in the settings of the desktop application. I do not see any control to sharing single password from a desktop application or browser extension.
the irony of life. The 1Password application does not allow sharing 1 password
I hope this is the right thread. Situation: I'm a 1Password user, and a friend is also. We are not in each other's "families" or "teams". My friend would like to send me a password securely. Is there a way using the 1Password web site to do that? Or must I add my friend to my "family" and restrict them to a special vault just for the exchange?
This thread is specifically about our Business and Teams offerings, but that's okay. The answer applies regardless and is the latter: one of you would need to invite the other to be a part of their membership. We do not currently offer any sort of secure sharing across memberships. While that would absolutely be a very neat feature, it also provides significant technical challenge to implement based on the way we've architected 1Password. A guest account within 1Password Families is likely the way to go:
(this functionality also exists in Business and Teams memberships: Share with guests in your team)
I hope that helps. Should you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to ask.
Sorry for landing off topic. I got to this post while searching under families. Thanks for the link! A guest sounds like exactly what I need.
No worries. Sometimes the search feature here is not quite as well tuned as one might like. Hope it all works out with using a guest account inside one of the memberships.
I just want to throw a +1 for individual item sharing - this would especially be useful for individuals/families sharing to other 1Password users outside of their immediate group.
I noticed some improvement with the “share link” feature in iOS today, but as far as I can tell it doesn’t solve the problem of having to create and share vaults.
Thanks for the feedback @nparekh
I cannot believe this is still considered a beta feature 3 years on!
When is this feature being released to the non-beta product?
I don't have any news I can share; sorry. As a rule we don't pre-announce that sort of thing. I understand it is frustrating to want to use a feature and to have it appear to be 'stuck' in beta. I wish I had a more definitive answer I could provide, but I don't know and couldn't say when or even if this will be a non-beta feature.
this would be great, to have a share option for a single item in the list, that allows you, at least, to send that credential to another users's private 1password account to be added, and once your's is updated, to resend the updates to that other user's account. Whilst you have a clear overview of single items shared, in the portal but also directly in the shared items view, saying something like shared with, and showing all users.
Thanks @vasile. This feature is in beta and is available to 1Password Business customers for testing. If you're interested I'd encourage you to reach out to our business team at [email protected].
Thanks @Ben , will look into it, maybe give it a shot while still in beta.
Hi @Ben, I'm having a hard time finding documentation on sharing a link to a password. I just spent 10 min searching online and found articles on sharing, but they all are about sharing through vaults.
Is there any documentation on copying a link to an entry and sharing it? Specifically, I'd like to know if the link and access to the entry persists after it's visited or expires after use. Thanks!
Can you please see this article and see if it helps?
@ag_ana thanks! So item links only work when you're sending the link to someone who is a member of the vault the linked item is in?
In other words, an item link won't share a password with someone who is not a member of the vault the item is in?