1Password Families keeps you and your loved ones secure online. It remembers your family’s most important information, so you don’t have to.
To get started, sign up for 1Password Families. When you create your account, you’ll be the family organizer. As a family organizer, your role is to manage your family members and the items they have access to.
Invite your family
After you sign up, it’s time to invite the rest of your family. Each family member you invite will create their own Master Password to sign in to 1Password and receive their own Secret Key and Emergency Kit.
When you get the email notification that says they’ve signed up, click the link to confirm their account.
Create a recovery plan
Family organizers can restore access for family members who forget their Master Password or can’t find their Secret Key.
You can’t recover your own account, so make sure to designate at least one other family organizer.
Share passwords with your family
Items in 1Password are stored in vaults. Your family account includes a Shared vault for items everyone in your family needs, like your Wi-Fi password or Netflix login.
You can create additional vaults to share information with specific people.
Familiarize yourself and your family with 1Password
Everyone who joins your family account gets a Private vault where they can store all their personal passwords and other information. Before family members can access shared items, you need to confirm their accounts.
Get to know 1Password yourself: get the apps and learn how to save, fill, and change passwords. Then make sure to also share this link with your family:
After you’ve mastered the basics, there’s a lot more you can do with 1Password.
Get to know the apps
If you’re new to 1Password, learn how to use the apps to manage your passwords, credit cards, secure notes, and more.
Invite and share with guests
Guest accounts are perfect for sharing limited information. They don’t have their own private vaults and only have access to a single vault, which you choose.