Digital assets log

Your 'digital assets' are things you manage or store on your computer, tablet, smartphone or online, such as photos, videos, music, e-books, blogs, domain names, movies, emails, conversations, social media, games, bank accounts and medical records. In the online environment, the term can describe both an account, such as a social media account, and the content held in that account, such as photos, messages, posts, etc.

This document is a list of all your digital assets, online accounts and digital devices. It is in 2 parts.

You will complete the first part online. This details what digital assets and devices you have. You will also be able to say what you want to happen to each of these after your death and include additional information to help with the management and distribution of your digital assets/devices after your death.

In the second part, you can provide access instructions for each of your digital assets and devices (i.e. the passwords, PINs, answers to security questions, etc. that are needed to gain access to these). The second part has to be completed offline because of the sensitivity of the information.

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