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Did you ever wonder how to keep your passwords safe? Have you asked me or someone else to help you out with an issue on your website? Or with your email programme? Most likely they needed your username and password to be able to help you. With LastPass you can share these details with your tech person, without them ever actually seeing your password!
LastPass is for you if…
- You’re using the same password for all kinds of websites/logins
- You’re having many different passwords and you’re having a hard time remembering them all
- If you need to share your login details with others every now and then, and are worried they would need to see your password.
In this video I explain the great programme that is LastPass (sorry for the silly spelling mistake!). I explain how to create an account, how to add passwords to it, and how to share your passwords with others in a safe way.
Please note: it was later brought to my attention that there are indeed ways for someone you share your password with to see it anyway. I don’t know how exactly, and I think most virtual assistants don’t even care: as long they can use your password, there is no need for them to see it. I just thought you should know. It’s always a good idea to change your passwords every now and then and to change your passwords after you’ve stopped working with someone.