I would like to submit a feature request for all versions of 1Password (or just the one I use). I have a large family (eight) and although 1Password goes the distance for making passwords, logins, and software licenses easy to manage for ME, it could go a lot further in helping me manage passwords for my family. Let me explain...
What I would like to see is something analagous to a Unix Administrator (super-user) / User environment. Where I, as King of my House (dad), could set up 1Password databases for my wife and children. Then I could administrate passwords for my family. My wife should have login info for Amazon, Sears, JCPenny but not my daughters. My children have access to their Facebook accounts, but when they change their passwords, 1Password would update my master database so when they forget it I can help (also so I can spy on them). I could choose which passwords people have access to and whether or not they can alter it.
Right now, it's a real mess, individually managing 8 databases (one for each family member) for our three Macs and seven iOS devices.
I can imagine that this type of functionality, would also would have huge applications in businesses, schools and other environments where a team of people need common access to websites and web services, with a administrator that can manage it all.