Refreshing sites and clearing local cache in the plugin (didn’t even know this was a thing):
Click the LastPass icon in your web browser toolbar.
Go to Account Options or click your email at the bottom of this menu > Advanced > Refresh Sites then Clear Local Cache.
Log out and log back in to your LastPass account.
I tried each of these, none of them did the trick. This issue seems to be specific to Chrome, wasn’t able to replicate it in other browsers.
For me, the only solution was to uninstall and reinstall. Be aware that doing this can delete any passwords you added while it was having connection issues, although I found that it was still saving even with the warnings.
If you do, be mindful that some apps might not load. For me, it was the Google Authenticator app. This was especially concerning because I use it for Two Factor Authentication (2FA) on a lot of systems.
The solution is simple, and all credit goes to Nick Lowe for sharing it:
It’s extremely straight forward. Once you offload it, you’ll see it immediately asks you to reinstall it. So don’t get too panicked.
One thing to be mindful of is iDevice Storage is generic and accounts for iPhone and iPAD. For me, on an iPhone it reads iPhone Storage:
What’s really nifty about this is it offloads the app without losing the data. Being this is my 2FA app, it’s critical I don’t lose it.