I'm setting up our trial teams account (and eventually migrate everyone to the paid "standard" account), and would totally love to be able to prevent password reveal for some of our more sensitive vaults (peace of mind, all that). It's fine for users to be able to log in, but knowing the exact password is absolutely unnecessary (to say the least).
Looks like the option is locked up behind much higher priced tier of 1P for Teams Pro.
We're a rather small company, $4/user/month is (borderline) fine with us, and we like 1P. However, we have an extremely hard time justifying going to the next tier of $12/user/month just for a single - I would guess - rather simple to add feature (sorry, I'm throwing the "easy" word around here, but come on… .
Actually, pricing aside, we absolutely don't need the "everything and a kitchen sink" approach provided by Pro, but standard Teams plan seem to be keeping a rather useful one feature behind a significantly higher paywall (the first time I saw the difference it was an "oumph" moment - didn't see any subscription plans with 3x price difference between closest tiers so far).
Wonder what's the reasoning not to include this one option into an already non-free plan, considering that we all are striving for security all around, and a relative peace of mind, which that'll feature would provide?
I wonder if I'm missing something and you guys have some good reasons that "reveal" option is unneeded on "standard" accounts? Can someone maybe share their thought?
Eventually, I'd love this one single option to be added to the standard account, but at the very least would like to hear your reasoning. I might just as well be wrong in wanting the feature on "basic" plan (I'll try to be open-minded here)
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