As an admin, I can see a list of passwords I have shared to a specific use

Q1. What is the problem that you are trying to solve?
My organization has multiple users. We have a set of passwords that are shared with specific users, and occasionally need to remove a user’s access. Being able to see a list of what passwords were shared with a user would be very useful from security and auditing standpoints.

Q2 - Who is impacted?
Admins who are managing password access.

Q3 - Why is it important and/or urgent?
It would provide a boost in security to know what a user has access to within the organization.

Q4 - What is your proposed solution? (optional)
If user A shared passwords with user B, user A would be able to select that user and see a list of passwords that had been shared.

Q5. Community support
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Hey @reed5 thanks for the proposal.

A potential interim work around could be using the groups feature. Instead of sharing directly with a user you could share with the group and then based on group membership you’d know who has access.

I realize this won’t cover all use cases of the feature you are describing but it might help mitigate it in the meantime.


Amazing application, like clayton says. For interim users, this is very usefull.