I have a family licence and uncomplicated requirement. I want my wife and I to both have our own vaults (each synced with all our other own devices) and a shared vault that is then synced with all devices. In this way we could both access our own data and the shared data on all of our devices.
To do this with e.g. email we each have our own iCloud account and we share a third iCloud account for everything we want to, er, share. Email, Contacts, Calendars, Notes etc all work perfectly with this setup. But how to achieve the same thing with 1Password?
I realise that a Family subscription would provide this, but for just the 2 of us, it's way over-priced. Make it $2/month and I might be convinced, but overall, I'm not a fan of subscription based services. Anyway...
Looking at all the syncing options, it's hard to see how to do what we need. WLAN won't work with multiple Macs, Local folder is not recommended when it's on a network share, iCloud can only sync a single (Primary) vault and Dropbox, although it has worked for me so far, there are security implications (not too concerned about that though) and I don't really want the shared vault in my Dropbox and currently my wife doesn't use Dropbox anyway.
I guess the personal vaults are easy to deal with, but it's the shared vault that's the issue. Would it be possible to use a combination of methods? I have a Mac server that's on all the time (running OSX Server for DHCP, DNS etc so it HAS to be on). Could I set that up as a WLAN server and share the vault to the iOS devices, but store the vault on a network shared volume that the Macs could see and use to sync to as a Local folder? How would that work?
One issue I foresee is that either of those sharing methodologies means the data remains on the local LAN. What happens when we leave the house? I'm assuming that 1Password on iOS keeps and uses a local copy of the vault, but that would then need to sync when next on the local LAN? So while away, any edits made by either of us would not be visible to the other - until the return home and they both sync. But what if changes were made by both of us to the same item? How would 1Password detect and resolve the clash?
I have to say that I prefer the idea of Cloud based storage so the vault would always be in sync (as long as a connection was available, i.e. WiFi or cellular).
So, can anyone suggest a good route to achieve what I'm after?
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