Guest accounts are ideal for sharing information with people on a limited basis. They don’t have their own private vaults and only have access to a single vault which you choose. Consider inviting:
- Your client, who needs project-related passwords.
- Your virtual assistant, who needs your email and calendar information.
- Your accountant, who needs your financial information.
If you’re a team owner or administrator, you can invite guests and share a vault with them.
Invite a guest
The 1Password Teams Starter Pack includes a maximum of 5 guests.
Share a vault with a guest
Guests have to accept their invitation and be confirmed before you can share a vault with them. After you’ve confirmed a guest you can add them to a vault and manage their access to it, like you would a team member.
A guest can only be invited to a single vault at a time, but you can remove them from one vault, then add them to a different one.
Remove a guest
It’s possible your guest may have copied the items in the vault before you removed them from it. If this is a concern for you, be sure to change all the passwords they had access to in the vault.
Make a guest a team member
Although you can’t directly promote a guest to a team member, you can delete their guest account and invite them as a team member.