This thread has been going for three years. Early on a dev suggested the verbiage should be renamed to ‘transfer’. It’s still called ‘share’. So in the end literally nothing has been done.
How is this not a priority, or at least documented a little better? I went through the same steps some others did here - looked for an easy way to unshare passwords that I OWN from the ‘organization’ for reasons that are my private business, and found no way to take these back except deleting them and manually recreating them in my vault. Why do I no longer own my own passwords? Why do I have to delete and recreate instead of simply revoking access to them? What if there was a time factor? What if I needed this revoked immediately? My answer is to try to be fast enough to copy the details and then delete it before something bad happens?
People share things and then want to stop sharing them. It should be easy and intuitive to do both.
From a security perspective, the current method makes little sense. From a consumer perspective, the lack of movement on the issue is disappointing. From a developer perspective, it sounds like some folks are overthinking the request, or perhaps sharing was over-engineered in the first place. I’m thinking that might be the case, since it seems to move the entire item out instead of just flagging an account to be able to view the item where it is.
I guess I don’t have a choice but to do it your way. But gosh, if this isn’t a big glaring flaw in otherwise flawless software…