We’ve all done it; we’ve all shared passwords with friends and family by emailing or texting them against our better judgment. You’ve probably shared your Netflix password with quite a few family members and friends this way. But you might also have shared more sensitive login information. In theory, nobody else should see those emails or chats. And you could always change the shared password. But email accounts and devices get hacked all the time. And someone searching for username and password combinations might find them.
That’s where 1Password’s new password sharing feature comes in handy. And it’s a feature you should start using right away.
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