Here is a screenshot of my Bitwarden: https://imgur.com/a/UdG7Inb
They include some really important things such as:
G-Suite for work
Bill.com (which I use to get paid)
IRS.gov (which I use to get un-paid)
UK Companies House Register
Obviously, anything with OAuth is "bundled" into my Google account. So if anything this is a huge underestimate.
I'm asking because of how insane auth has become. I know companies like OnePassword and Bitwarden are working on this and overall they do a great job. But I still have a near-stroke every time I have to do the "forgot my password" loop, or use Duo Mobile/other 2FA.
The only really good auth feature I've ever encountered has been Apple's "fill from Messages" feature as well as their Touch.
As a result, I store very few accounts overall and checking out as "guest" hasn't been a problem of any sort. There's like 10 critical things that I feel the need to store the password on and they all use a hardware key for 2fa anyways.
For the two accounts that I absolutely can't lose access to, I just used the "Correct Horse Battery Staple" method and came up with two very long and secure passwords that I have no trouble remembering.