The 1Password Emergency Kit is a clever PDF created by some of our brilliant users to help families and friends during unfortunate times. Invented by Mike Vardy at Productivityist a couple years ago, it recently reached version 3 and looks even more useful.
The idea behind this user-created Emergency Kit is simple: we create a will and place sensitive items in safe deposit boxes in case something happens to us. But with so much of our lives these days depending on the internet, many of us want a way to make 1Password part of these plans.
Thanks to Productivityist reader and 1Password user Charles Hamons, the 1Password Emergency Kit v3 is now a fillable PDF and includes space for even more useful information, such as locations of multiple vaults (and their Master Passwords) and even instructions for what to do with one’s social media accounts.
Admittedly, this isn’t quite a fun or exciting feature to boast about. But we are absolutely thankful for the work of Mike Vardy, Charles Hamons, and others in the community for building a useful 1Password tool that can help immensely during one of the most painful times in our lives.