Hello, I using LastPass several years, since 2015, but i missing for me important function similar to Emergency access. Emergency Access is intended for a one-time use of sharing all of the stored data in your vault with another active LastPass user. I understand how work, but i miss this function: Another type of emergency access, which will work like this: My idea is, If i don't login to LastPass for time period (month, year ...) My logins or emergency login will be send to defined contacts according timeline. Example 1: I have all my and and family passwords and other access secured in LastPass, my wife don't need it, because of me. If i live, i don't want grant my wife access to LastPass. I have my own secret in vault. If i will have accident and die, my wife needs my logins, but she cannot access to LastPass. There will start "rule": IF my LastPass vault will not be connected by phone application or nobody log or use website LastPass for time period (user defined, 1,2 6 month ... year) THEN send emergency my login/access to defined contact, in this case my wife. Example 2: Me and my wife had accident, after time period (user defined, 1,2 6 month ... year) LastPass send emergency access to my wife, but she is also died. Here start second rule: after time period (user defined, 1,2 6 month ... year) send emergency access to our children. Emergency access to my wife: after 1 month Emergency access to my children: after 3 month (because nobody used my vault) If my LastPass vault hase been inactive more than 1 month and 3 month. I think, that this function will be useful. I don't want share my logins for Google, Facebook, bank, and other services, but if i die, my family need this and in this case i cant use actual emergency access. NOTE: This access should not require a any user account on LastPass, and my login can be sended to any email.
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