Data Inheritance/Digital Legacy - Nominate beneficiaries in case of death
It would be great if you could nominate beneficiaries in case of of death, so that your passwords and accounts can be passed on.
PasswordBox and SecureSafe both offer this type of service - is it something that you would also consider doing?
Brian Kling commented
A few features I think would be helpful with this:
1. Ability to flag (label) the set of cards of primary importance to beneficiary or executor (insurance, banking, investments, etc..)
2. Option to make all other non-legacy related cards inaccessible ("noise" accounts like shopping, app logins, music, etc..)
3. Have a dead-man switch feature. If I don't log in within a given time period send me a notification to confirm I am alive. If I don't respond, send the beneficiary a notification with instructions on how to access.
I love the app and use it for SO MUCH that it would be a huge help and peace of mind to add an inheritance feature
Corne Beerse commented
My first idea is that this can be provided by having a 'read-only' way to use the file. An additional password that just gives read-only access to the database.
On second thought, the extended way can be to give this 'in-case-of' access read-only access to some fields, no-access to some fields and read/add access to some fields (like notes fields) to be able to add a note to the notes fiels.
In the end, the usage by this 'in-case-of' access should somehow be logged somewhere, like on the card itself and if the system is capable of sending messages (mails, notes, whatsapp, ....) to this message.