Re: The LAST place I'd store my passwords
LastPass was the company standard at my last job and I hated it.
Sharing was so convoluted, and I seem to recall impossible unless you'd set an entry up specifically as a website password. This meant that you'd have to recreate the entry if you forgot (because you couldn't change the type afterwards) and all of the shareable passwords ended up with an http schema prefix in one of the fields regardless of whether that was appropriate or not. All passwords that had been shared with me ended up in some magic hidden area of the interface, the link to which only appeared in the interface if I clicked into a particular part of the interface and back out again.
I could not, for love nor money, get it to log me out. I'd log out, go back to LastPass.com and I was logged in again. I gave up trying after a couple of weeks and didn't have to log in ever, excepting the very first time, across the entire three or four years that I worked there. That "session" survived tens of Vivaldi upgrades, both big and small.
Then there was the time the entire service went down for a few days. Awful product. Wouldn't wish it on an enemy.