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  1. It would work if she were logged into your iCloud account on her iPhone, but her iPhone logged into her iCloud account will never see your sandboxed vault unless you put a copy somewhere her account can see it. If none of the other methods I suggested worked, try setting up a free Dropbox account and use the same account for both your wife and yourself and set up Dropbox to sync your Enpass vault(s) instead of iCloud.
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  2. That’s not Enpass doing that. It is your Mac. Either you tried to open it in Word at some point and the Mac associated the file type with Word or Word is your default text editor. However, this is easy to fix. 1. In the Finder, select one of these backups and choose Get Info (Command-I or select it from the Finder File menu or right click on the file and select it there). 2. Find the Open With section of that window and click on the small triangle to show the content if it isn’t shown already. 3. Under the drop-down you find there select “Other” at the bottom of the list. 4. In the file selection window select “All Applications” from the Enable drop-down. 5. Select Enpass and then click Add. 6. Back in the Get info window, click the Change All.. button and Confirm. This will change all backups to be associated with Enpass.
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  3. Well, I looked in the manual for the official word on this and while they do encourage you to use cloud sync to share a vault, you can only officially sync one vault per cloud account, so it means you'd need more than one to sync two. Not sure how true that is because I was able to create another vault in my account with a different name also synced with iCloud and it seemed to work, but as yesterday, perhaps I'm missing something. In any case, you can open your iCloud Drive in the Finder and press Command-Shift-. (period). This will show hidden files. Press that key combo again in the Finder to hide them again. However, I didn't need to use that to access my Enpass vaults. They are visible in your iCloud Drive in the Documents -> Enpass folder. If you share that folder with your wife and it is placed in her iCloud account in the same location, I'd bet her Enpass would find it. Make sure she has read-write access to the shared Enpass folder. Oh, and make sure you make a backup of everything before trying to share it, just to be safe.
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  4. I haven’t tried this, but I think this could work. It is possible to share a folder between two iCloud accounts. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210910 Set up sharing on the Enpass folder in iCloud and invite your wife only using her iCloud email/login address. Tell Enpass to restore from her iCloud account. If it works, great. If not, plan B would be for her to use WiFi syncing and have you run the WiFi server on a machine with your vault on it. She’d get your data via WiFi every time she’s on your home network. Another possibility might be to use local folder sync. Make sure both your wife and you have a folder you can both access An old school method is for you to periodically backup your vault and have her restore from your backup periodically. I’m pretty tired tonight, so I’m sure I’m missing something, but hopefully this helps.
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  5. I’m not sure they can. I’ve used quite a few password managers over the years and third party in-line password integrations like Enpass, 1Password, Dashlane, etc. offer have always appeared below the browser or system-native password/form-filling drop-downs. Generally if you are going to use this sort of feature it is best to pick and activate only one to be active. Either choose Enpass or choose your browser’s functionality. Of course Enpass still works as it always has with this feature turned off, it’s just not quite as convenient.
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  6. Hi @ng4ever You must have received a ticket id when you emailed us your concern. Please share that with me, and I'll get this checked for you.
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