I was a regular user of 1Password Anywhere and I missed it when it went away.
I am now looking for some clarity about whether or not Teams is going to be able to meet my needs. I have it set up already on a new MacBookPro and the iPhone. Copied my logins from basic 1Passw and got everything working there. Huzzah.
My main usage case though, is the following:
I work on any number of other systems (graphics and video/film editing) and with a wide array of client types (tech-y to oblivious) and platforms (Win/Mac). I often manage client Vimeo/YouTube accounts as well as dropbox, wetransfer and FTP and now AdobeCC and AVID accounts. 1PAnywhere was a good way to add accounts when someone read me their terrible password off a post-it note or the whiteboard where all their account data was written.
So if I am sitting down on a new clients' system for a couple of days, I can't and shouldn't need to install any 1Pass stuff. I hoped to be able to log into Teams via a browser to access any login information I've accrued from that client over the last few gigs.
To do this, do I need the acct key AND the password?
More than a few times I've had to login to a clients account under great time duress (live streaming!!!, rebooting unstable systems!!!) and 1PAnywhere was a pretty reliable way to get at that account info.
I just want to be sure that I have it right that every new machine would require me typing in the account key and the master password.
1Password Version: 6.3.1
Extension Version: 4.5.6
OS Version: 10.11.5
Sync Type: dropbox and teams