I have a personal 1Password account, and now my team at work is starting to use 1Password to store passwords for databases and applications relevant to the work we do.
- Loading the native application and switching between data files is a little annoying; in part because my brain tries to remember which one I used last.
- The 1PasswordAnywhere feature isn't compatible with my favorite/default browser, Chrome, when accessed locally; apparently for security purposes.
- You can't edit the data via 1PasswordAnywhere. (Not that big of a deal, our passwords won't change that much.)
We're using Dropbox to sync the data file between our accounts, so for now I'm accessing it via the Dropbox web interface as needed, but if my cookie expires then that's another speed bump to getting the data I need.
In an ideal world, it would be nice if I could link the two data files so that I only had to point the native client at one of them to get access to both.
Am I missing something? Is there a better approach?