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The Risks of Storing Your Passwords in Google Sheets

We love Google. We use it every day to search, email, store and share documents, and keep our lives (both work and personal) more organized. Honestly, how did we ever function without it?

For someone who has no system in place to keep track of their passwords then Google Sheets is a great place to start: it allows to you to separate, label and categorize. Autosaves your work. Gives some level of access control as to who can view, edit, and comment on a document. It’s free and almost everyone is already using it.

But there are three main areas of concern when Google Sheets becomes the sole keeper of your passwords: Security, Operations, and Convenience.

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Customer-Centric: How Your Feedback Helps Drive Product Features

TeamPassword was first developed to solve a personal problem: an unorganized, outdated spreadsheet and too many sticky notes for any sane person to keep track of. We badly needed a better, more secure system to keep track of passwords and logins. TeamPassword was born out of necessity because we needed an alternative to Last Pass and Dash Lane. We needed a password manager that would address the specific issues we were facing: how to safely and easily share passwords between collaborative teams. As we got deeper into development we uncovered more and more functionalities that had to be addressed. The evolution of this product has taken five years and continues to grow and change in order to meet the needs of our users.

Six important features were developed based on specific requests from our users — and more are on the way!

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