TeamsID Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives

TeamsID

Password manager for teams

4.36/5 (33 reviews)

TeamsID overview

What is TeamsID?

TeamsID is a cloud-based password manager designed to allow teams and companies to store, synchronize, and securely share password records, with native mobile apps for iOS and Android, desktop apps for Mac and Windows, and a browser extension for Google Chrome.

TeamsID allows users to create one or multiple teams, invite members to join their team, and specify permissions for each member. All users can create private and shared records to store their passwords and sensitive data, such as account numbers and codes, and any member with the correct permissions can access all fields, notes, and information stored within a record. Records can be assigned due dates for completion, and users are automatically notified of approaching due dates. All records, including tags and notes, can be searched, and users can mark frequently accessed records as favorites, then use the favorites filter to display all of their most-used passwords.

With TeamsID, records can be shared with other members or entire teams, removing the need for passwords to be sent by email or SMS. Up to 3 files can be attached to each record, and shared alongside the record information. Users can also enable two-step authentication in TeamsID, with multiple options for receiving codes including phone calls, SMS messages, and Google authenticator.
www.teamsid.com

Pricing

Starting from
$3/month
Pricing options
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Free trial
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Devices

Business size

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Markets

United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, China and 5 other markets, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil, Mexico

Supported languages

English
TeamsID screenshot: TeamsID offers native apps for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows, and a browser plugin for ChromeTeamsID Explainer Video (Demo)TeamsID screenshot: Users can create teams in TeamsID, and manage members' access permissionsTeamsID screenshot: Records can be kept to store passwords and other sensitive data for an unlimited number of accountsTeamsID screenshot: Notes can be added to records in TeamsID, and tags allow users to search for specific recordsTeamsID screenshot: Up to 3 files can also be attached to records in TeamsIDTeamsID screenshot: Records can be shared with other individuals or whole teamsTeamsID screenshot: TeamsID also includes two-step authentication by SMS, phone call, and Google Authenticator

TeamsID user reviews

Value for money
Features
Ease of use
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Anonymous

Excellent Password Keeper for Businesses

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-01-30
Review Source: Capterra

I've learned to use it on my own and had I known before that such a great tool existed, I wouldn't even have complicated myself over sharing passwords and where to keep them.

Pros
Ease of use whether it'd be only for users or for admin. I learned to use it all on my own, and it has been easy. Plus the convenience of having an app in my phone and being able to reach any password I need. Great for businesses, especially for all the IT passwords I handle at work. Great for sharing entries too.

Cons
Nothing to say, it has worked wonders for my work and me!

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Michael Philbin

TeamsID everybody needs this

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2017-03-29
Review Source: Capterra

We have been using TeamID for a few years. The last update they did put it over the top. We have about 10 people using it in our company (soon to add more users). It was a little tough to get started because it offers so many options in setting it up. Once we got thur the setup then things were great. I really like the customer support, ask a question online and they get back to you quickly. I have told other businesses about TeamID, I am sure they will get it for their company also.

Pros
The different levels of access to passwords. We set TeamID up that each department has their own access and the manager have full access

Cons
On the web version the color green shows up faded. So sometimes I can't see what I am clicking on. Could be my computer. The app version for windows and IOS are great no problems. I would like the computer version to time out if I leave it open. The app version does time out.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Hank Ta

TeamsID had gone down more than twice 2017

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2017-12-20
Review Source: Capterra

Good application but service gone down too often.

Pros
I use TeamsID(since it was in 1st Beta) and SplashID(5+ years) for many years. The app is good but.....

Cons
TeamsID server gone down because its SSL expire make us wonder if we can continue to rely on this application!!!!!!

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Likelihood to recommend: 4/10

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Jonathan Zepeda

This is one of the best password keepers in the market right now

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-06-09
Review Source: Capterra

I recommend this to a lot of people since it will keep you from losing access to your tools when you need them the most.

Pros
I love how you can set up teams to share all users and passwords across the organization with the click of two buttons, this makes it the snappiest password tool after FaceID.

Cons
The UI is a little slow in the mobile version if you are using android, for iPhone it works perfectly since the ecosystem is very well structured.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Krystal Patel

SplashData customer for over five years!

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2017-01-05
Review Source: Capterra

I have used many iterations of SplashData, SplashID>SplashID Teams>TeamsID. The software is very useful for our team but it does not come without issues. We have experienced many service outages and glitches over the years. There have not been any major improvements except for the ability to login with Google. In fact, the latest version seems to have taken away some capability.

Pros
Share passwords with team members.

Cons
Services outages, we do not have access to pertinent information when this occurs.

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Likelihood to recommend: 7/10

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TeamsID pricing

Starting from
$3/month
Pricing options
Subscription
Free trial
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14-day free trial, no credit card required.

$3 per user, per month for businesses.

TeamsID features

Access Control
Authentication
Password Management
Two-Factor Authentication

API (181 other apps)
Activity Dashboard (133 other apps)
Alerts / Escalation (76 other apps)
Auditing (88 other apps)
Compliance Management (144 other apps)
Monitoring (154 other apps)
Policy Management (92 other apps)
Real Time Monitoring (97 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (116 other apps)
Risk Alerts (71 other apps)
Risk Assessment (69 other apps)
Secure Data Storage (80 other apps)
Single Sign On (70 other apps)
Third Party Integration (105 other apps)
User Management (70 other apps)
Vulnerability Scanning (72 other apps)

Security and privacy

Encryption

Encryption of sensitive data at rest
HTTPS for all pages

Access control

Multi-factor authentication options
This will ask you to sign in with LinkedIn

Videos and tutorials

Additional information for TeamsID

Key features of TeamsID

  • Password reset
  • Password synchronization
  • Multi-factor authentication
  • Password generator
  • User management
  • User access permissions
  • Notes
  • Tags
  • Admin dashboard
  • Attachments
  • Due dates
  • Favorites
  • Filtering
  • Records sync
  • Automatic backups
  • Record sharing
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Benefits

Records can be assigned due dates for completion, and users are automatically alerted when the record is due.

Up to three files can be attached to each record in TeamsID, and users can also add notes and tags to records, and mark frequently-used records as favorites.

Native mobile apps are available for iOS and Android, desktop apps for Windows and Mac, and a browser extension for Google Chrome.

Team member permissions can be managed by the team admin, and records can be shared with one or multiple teams based on their permissions.

Users can also store personal passwords which are not made available to other team members.