Importing your passwords from third-party password managers to Microsoft Edge
Published Jan 18 2023 08:50 AM 1,398 Views
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Microsoft Edge is committed to making your browsing experience convenient and secure. The built-in password manager helps you generate strong passwords, provide password health feedback, and warn you if any of your stored passwords are found in a known online leak. Your passwords are securely stored and can be accessed on all platforms – macOS, Linux, and Windows; iOS and Android using Microsoft Authenticator app; even other browsers using Microsoft Autofill extension. Read more about new password manager capabilities here: New ways to manage your passwords in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Community Hub

                               

Here's how you can import your passwords from third-party password managers. It’s a two-step process. First, you will need to export your passwords to a CSV file. Second, import the CSV file to Microsoft Edge.

 

Note: Exported data files are not encrypted, they are stored in plain text. Anyone with access to your exported data files will be able to read your passwords. Do not email exported data files or store them online. Delete the file immediately after importing passwords and empty Recycle Bin or Trash to be safe. On Windows (and most Linux distros), you can right-click on the Recycle Bin and select “Empty Recycle Bin”. On macOS, long-click on the Trash icon in the dock and select “Empty Trash”. 

 

Exporting passwords to a CSV file

 

Avira

  1. Go to https://passwords.avira.com 
  2. Log in to your Avira Password Manager
  3. Click the Settings icon in the left-hand menu
  4. Scroll down to the “MY DATA” area and click Export data
  5. Click Export CSV to save the file on your system
  6. This will download a CSV file

Bitwarden

  1. Login to your Bitwarden web vault
  2. Click Tools in the top navigation bar
  3. Select Export Vault and choose CSV file format
  4. Enter your master password and click Export Vault
  5. This will download a CSV file

Dashlane

  1. Open the Dashlane web app (https://www.dashlane.com/) and log in to your account
  2. Open account settings from the “My Account” button on the left sidebar
  3. Select “Export data” from the right sidebar
  4. Click on the “Export to CSV”. This will download a CSV file is the selected location

LastPass

  1. Click the LastPass  extension icon in the Address Bar in the browser window
  2. → “Export”
  3. Enter the master password for the LastPass vault (There may be email verification needed for certain account types as well)
  4. This will download a CSV file in the selected location

Norton Password Manager

  1. Open Norton Password Manager web app
  2. Select Settings -> “Export my vault data”
  3. Choose Export option from the “Export my vault data” popup
  4. Unlock the vault using vault password
  5. This will download a CSV file
  6. Remove the first two rows from CSV that mention metadata including product version
  7. Edit column headers
    1. User Name to username
    2. Login URL to url

True Key

  1. Click on the True Key extension on your browser and log in
  2. Click the geared wheel which is at the top right corner of the page, and then go to App Settings → Export
  3. It should prompt you the export my profile data window, where you need to click Continue
  4. Enter your Master Password and click Unlock
  5. This will download a CSV file

 

1Password
Instructions for Windows

1Password 8

1Password 8 exports to the 1Password Unencrypted Export (.1pux) format or a comma-separated values (CSV) file. The CSV format supports a limited set of fields and will only export Login and Password items. To export your 1Password data in 1Password 8:

  1. Open and unlock 1Password.
  2. Click at the top of the sidebar, choose Export, and select the account you want to export.
  3. Enter your account password.
  4. Choose CSV as export format and click Export Data.
  5. Choose where you want to export your 1Password data and click Open.
1Password 7
  1. Open and unlock 1Password.
  2. Select the items you want to export. Select multiple items by holding down the Ctrl key when clicking on them. Select all the items by pressing Ctrl + A after clicking one of the items in the list.
  3. Right-click the selected item(s) and choose Export.
  4. Choose Comma Delimited Text (.csv) 
  5. Enter a filename and click Save.
1Password 4
  1. Open 1Password and unlock the vault you want to export.
  2. Choose File > Export.
  3. Choose Comma Delimited Text (.csv) 
  4. Enter a filename and click Save.

Instructions for Mac

  1. Open and unlock 1Password.
  2. Select the vault you want to export. It’s not possible to export from “All Vaults”, so you’ll need to switch to a specific vault.
  3. Choose File > Export > All Items. If you belong to a team account, there may be some vaults where you don’t have the “Export items” permission. Ask your team administrator.
  4. Enter your 1Password account password.
  5. Choose Comma Delimited Text (.csv) format
  6. Click Save.

 

Importing passwords to Microsoft Edge

  1. In Microsoft Edge, go to Settings and more MissyQ_0-1674059362752.png Settings MissyQ_1-1674059362755.png
  2. Click "Import Passwords" from Profiles -> Import Browser data -> Import from other password managers
  3. Click on Choose file and select the CSV file exported earlier.
  4. You should see a confirmation message – “All done! We’ve brought your data over.”
  5. Confirm that “Offer to save passwords” is enabled under Settings -> Profiles -> Passwords. This will ensure that your future passwords will be saved to Edge
  6. To let Edge save all passwords automatically in future, enable “Automatically save passwords” as well

 

 

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