Kee Vault accounts are tied to the underlying encrypted database. This helps ensure that we can offer the best security for individual personal users but precludes the use of the more complex payment models you suggest.
I have the need to repeat me:
We have basically the same structure with our business: single acoounts for individual users, that cannot be extended or handled in any flexible way. Our customer management / biling system mirrors this. But manually we flag mulitple accounts of the same person and bill them differently. Manually.
These are your power users, I highly recommend finding satisfying solutions for them.
I’m planning a lot of interface improvements to the Kee desktop browser extension but I wasn’t aware of any issues in the Kee Vault interface that require attention.
I have not used keevault much, since I am still reluctant to switch to a model that will cost me a lot. If I use the same setup I use with keepass, it will cost me approx 3 (Databases) * 2.3 € (monthly price) * 12 (month) * 10 (years of estimated usage) = 828 € (excl. VAT).
I need to add that I despise subscription software and so far am able to avoid it alltogether. Keevault would be the first. I have not decided so far. The choice of a password managing solution is complex.
So far I don’t miss anything, just the style is very basic. I don’t really mind this, it is just rather obvious.
Keepass is more clear to me, I find entries easier visually.
I don’t want to nag; I really appreciate your work!