Ultimately I -- like everyone else -- am anxiously awaiting some type of official 1Password YubiKey support. I won't belabor that point, but please do tally my vote for that feature, for both Mac and iPhone/iPad.
In the meantime, I'm interested in enabling interim support in some form. I envision two Vaults, one with a single password; and a second Vault with a combination of a password I know, and a YubiKey static password appended to that. The single password Vault would be used for most passwords; the second Vault with 2FA would be used for bank passwords, credit card numbers, etc. Only the former less-secure Vault would be allowed to WLAN Sync to my iPhone/iPad, which is partially because I don't want or need my bank information there, and partially because Apple has been slow to support NFC.
But while this seems reasonable to me in concept, I think some of the software implementation decisions in 1Password are preventing it:
And there is where I'm stuck, because obviously the Primary vault can't simultaneously be the less-secure and more-secure Vault.
A. Do I have 1 and 2 correct above?
B. I'd like to request that you adjust 1 or 2 in an upcoming release. The post I found on 2 made it sound like there were reasons for the Primary Vault to unlock all of them (although this isn't the design decision I would have made), but I couldn't find any reasons why 1 is true. It seems totally arbitrary to me that only the Primary Vault can WLAN Sync.
C. Is there another way I could accomplish what I'm trying to do?
Thanks for your help!
1Password Version: 1Password 6 Version 6.8.5 (685004) AgileBits Store
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X 10.13.2
Sync Type: WLAN