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Dropbox Password: Share passwords

Dropbox Password: Share passwords

MacL3an
Helpful | Level 5

This is the only thing keeping me from leaving LastPass for Dropbox Passwords. I want to be able to share passwords with my partner. 

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Walter
Dropboxer
 
Status changed to: Needs more votes
augmentedfourth
Explorer | Level 4

In addition to password sharing, it would be cool if we had the ability to organize passwords by folders or tags. This way we could automatically share everything in a folder or with a certain tag/label rather than having to share individual passwords.

mgoldman
New member | Level 2

This is an absolute must have for Dropbox Families to make Passwords useful

-Brett-
Explorer | Level 3

With Dropbox Family, exactly that, a folder of family shared passwords seperate from personal passwords is a must before I can switch from LastPass Family.

Gclark
New member | Level 2

On a family plan, we have both private and shared data. It would be great to have both private and shared passwords too.  For example, we have separate, private passwords for professional websites and such; but we share Netflix, Amazon etc passwords. We have separate password storage but it is annoying to have to maintain duplicate (non-normalized) passwords for Netflix in both of our private areas. 

alampls
New member | Level 2

Other comments put it perfectly: the only advantage of the deeply flawed LastPass Families is the ability to share passwords. If Dropbox adds that, I'd switch in a minute, but otherwise I have to go to Dashlane, and maybe just use my unlimited storage on Google Drive.

chrisbarrett
New member | Level 2

Why wasn't this part of the Dropbox Business core features to start with?
As a business admin I can control which of my users can access specific folders, pretty much the core reason to use Dropbox for Business. Why can I not do the same for Dropbox Passwords?

New user joining the company? Great, here's the passwords you'll need for doing your job remotely, without the need to copy and paste them into an email/Slack/Teams etc.

Please, please, please add this feature core functionality.

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