Add in 'guest' level access
Users who are added to my organization as a guest can read and fill in the passwords that are shared with them, but can not update passwords, add password, or delete passwords.
Yes, I also thought about that problem; stored password is some how wrong and can't access / needs to be update. But I couldn't think of any cases that service force users to reset password or someone who only has read access knows correct password to update.
So in my case, yes, I will ask them to contact an admin.
I think of using read only accounts to mainly interns and part time jobbers, so that might be different from situation which you have imagined.
Awesome, thank you for that response!
What if when they login its an account where the password is required to be updated; what should the read-only user do in that case? If they can't update it on the spot then the shared account will be wrong until a user with update privileges comes along.
Would you ask them to contact an admin?
My image is more of "read only" account, rather than "guest" account.
I'm working at a company which have over 30 people work in there. There are some services that we share one organization account. I don't think that not many people will try to change username / password of services, but I still want some proof that not everyone can overwrite those information.
Could you tell me a bit more about how you'd use guest accounts?
I would love to use this service if you have this "read only" permission!
I can't understand why this feature is stayed as incomplete for 2 years.