It’s been a while since I updated The 1Password Emergency Kit I created a couple of years ago. I’ve had various versions and adjustments sent my way over the past couple of years, and even created a second iteration last year.
But Charles Hamons has taken it to a whole new level with this new version.
The 1Password Emergency Kit V3.0 is now a fillable PDF that looks and functions a lot better, and includes even more information that will come in handy if any sort of emergency arises.
For those of you haven’t read about The 1Password Emergency Kit before, here’s a quote from the original post explaining why I created it:
“Imagine if something was to happen to you. Something that would keep you from accessing stuff on your computer that has passwords associated with it. It’s not a pleasant thing to think about, but we’d be foolhardy not to. I mean, we all keep an updated will, and most other pertinent documents are kept in a fire safe or safe deposit box so that your next of kin can move through anything tragic that may befall you with as little resistance as possible. But now that we spend so much time online – whether with online banking, email or earning a living – that having a failsafe in place isn’t just a good idea anymore. It’s mandatory. That’s why I came up with The 1Password Emergency Kit.”
(You can read the original post in its entirety here.)
I’m incredibly grateful that Charles took the time to level up the 1Password Emergency Kit. This is exactly the kind of thing I hoped for when I first envisioned what it would look like, and now it is updated to match the current iterations of 1Password.
Thanks, Charles. The Productivityist Community (and the 1Password Community) owe you one!
Note: Remember that you don’t have to put all of this information in 1Password, nor do you have to put it in this PDF. It’s up to you to decide what you’re comfortable with and what you’re not comfortable with, so use what’s been offered here in a manner that suits you best.