How Do I Import Passwords into ByePass from Chrome or Another Password Manager?

How Do I Import Passwords into ByePass from Chrome or Another Password Manager?

How Do I Import Passwords into ByePass from Chrome or Another Password Manager?

Export the Passwords
You will first need to export the passwords from the browser or password manager from which you wish to import. This process creates a single CSV file that will be saved on your hard drive.
 
After completing the importing of your passwords into ByePass, you can choose to delete this saved CSV file.
 
You can choose to import into ByePass passwords saved in Chrome or a variety of other password managers (Firefox and Safari support coming soon).
 
Export CSV file from Chrome
To export a CSV file from Chrome:
  1. Type "chrome://flags" into your URL bar.
  2. Type Ctrl+F and type "Password import and export" into the search box.
  3. Enable this toggle.
  4. Relaunch your browser.
  5. Type "chrome://settings/passwords" into the URL bar (or navigate from Menu > Settings > Advanced Settings > Manage Passwords).
  6. Click the Export button. This exports your passwords as a plain-text CSV file.
  7. Choose a destination for the file and click Save.

Export CSV file from a Password Manager
Follow the export instructions in the password manager of your choice to save a CSV file from a password manager. Usually, the process will be somewhat as follows:
  1. File > Export Passwords > CSV format
  2. Enter the Master Password for the password manager you are exporting from.
  3. Choose a destination for the file and click Save.

Import CSV file into ByePass
Once you have created a CSV file or files for importing, do the following:
  1. Log into ByePass.
  2. From the red menu bar dropdown menu, choose Settings.
  3. Scroll down to Data.
  4. Click Import accounts.
  5. Enter your Master Password.
  6. In the Import from dropdown menu, choose the location of the stored passwords you wish to import (e.g., Chrome).
  7. In the Import file field, click Choose File.
  8. Complete the import process for one CVS file before importing the next, if you have more than one.
  9. Navigate to the saved CSV file in Windows File Explorer.
  10. Once you've located and selected the file, click Open in the File Explorer window.
  11. Click Continue.
  12. You should receive a green confirmation message that the import was completed.
  13. If not, click Close to exit Import accounts and navigate to Accounts and make sure the imported passwords appear there.
Topic Information
  • Topic #: 16098-1178
  • Date Created: 12/18/2017
  • Last Modified Since: 01/17/2018
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