You should be using this!
April 09, 2019

You should be using this!

Alexis Medvedeff | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with LastPass

At my organization, we use LastPass to share login information for some internal tools. I also use it personally for lots of other online tools/apps/sites/etc.
We prefer not to share some passwords through chat or email, and also we don't want to use weak passwords, so with LastPass, we just generate a new password when we need it and it is automatically updated for all the users who already got the info shared.
  • The chrome extension works well on being easy to access and find login info that was already saved.
  • The sharing feature works great, allowing you to share one key you created with another user, but not allowing the other part to read or change it! They can only use it to log in.
  • The iPhone app, which is integrated within the os keyboard, also works pretty well.
  • The mobile iOS app, although it works very well, does not have a good way of identifying passwords for apps, because it always tries first to find a "site" with the name you are trying to add.
  • The Chrome extension has some issues differentiating subdomains. I have different logins for and, but it always suggests both login info on both sites. It can improve the management of subdomains.
  • Made it so much easier to keep track of password changes and send them to coworkers.
I've only tested the other two options, just at the beginning when I was trying to choose the one that best fit me. LastPass offered all I needed for free, so that's the one I've chosen.
We had no issues on adding more people to the usage of LastPass. I haven't encountered any problems for now.
I think everybody should use a password manager. LastPass is great even on the free tier, allowing you to keep your passwords across multiple devices and share passwords with other users. Even though it is a single point of failure, I think it is better than repeating passwords across different applications or using some kind of rules (which don't work so easily because some apps force you, for example, to use one special character, while others don't allow it).
I don't suggest it for very important passwords which, in my opinion, I would only keep unwritten, or on a paper in a secure place.