Importing passwords from other password managers

You can import passwords and other data stored in other password managers directly into Password Boss. Some password mangers make it easier than others to take your data between applications, and there are some limitations from different applications on what you can export.  

Importing from 1Password

Importing Passwords

  1. Open 1Password and from the menu choose to File -> Export ->Format and select the file format 1Password Intercahnge Format (.1pif).   
  2. Select either All Logins or Selected Logins.
  3. Save the .1pif file to your computer. Note the name and location of the file.
  4. If the export creates a 1pif folder, you will want to choose the data.1pif file in the folder.
  5. Open Password Boss.
  6. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> 1Password.
  7. Choose the .1pif file or data.1pif file you just saved.
  8. Select Next.
  9. Select Import.
  10. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named 1Password- <mm/dd/yy -time>.

 

Importing from Dashlane

Note:

Only website passwords and email addresses are able to be imported into Password Boss.

  1. Open Dashlane and from the File menu choose Export Unsecure Archive (Readable) in CSV format.
  2. Save the .CSV file to your PC. Note the file name and location of the file.
  3. Open Password Boss.
  4. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> Dashlane.
  5. Choose the CSV file you just saved.
  6. Select Open.
  7. Select Next.
  8. Select Import.
  9. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named Dashlane - <mm/dd/yy -time>.

Importing from Keepass

Note:

Only website passwords can be imported into Password Boss.

  1. Open Keepass and from the File menu choose Export -> CSV File.
  2. On Export Options select: Title, User Name, Password, URL, Notes.
  3. Open Password Boss.
  4. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> Keepass.
  5. Choose the Keepass.kdb.csv file you just saved. 
  6. Select the passwords you want to import.
  7. Select Import.
  8. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named Keepass- <mm/dd/yy -time>.

Importing from LastPass

  1. Open the Lastpass browser extension.
  2. Login to your account.
  3. Select More options.
  4. Select Advanced.
  5. Select Export.
  6. Select LastPass CSV File.
  7. Select all of the text and copy it (ctrl + c).
  8. Open a text editor program, such as Notepad, and paste the contents of the LastPass export.
  9. Save the file with a .csv file extension - for example lastpass.cdsv.
  10. Open Password Boss.
  11. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> LastPass.
  12. Choose the .csv file you just saved.
  13. Select Next.
  14. Select the items you want to import.
  15. Select Import.
  16. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named LastPass- <mm/dd/yy -time>.

Importing from Roboform

 
Note:

Only website passwords can be imported into Password Boss.

  1. From your taskbar right-click on the Roboform icon
  2. Or from the Roboform Editor click on the Roboform v menu
  3. Click on Options
  4. Click on Data & Sync
  5. Click on Export to…
  6. In the Set up export window, select the file format:  CSV file
  7. Type in a File name.
  8. Select Export to save the .csv file to your computer. Note the name and location of where you are saving the file.
  9. Open Password Boss.
  10. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> Roboform.
  11. Choose the .CSV fileyou just saved. 
  12. Select Open.
  13. Select Next.
  14. Select Import.
  15. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named RoboForm - <mm/dd/yy -time>.

Importing from SplashID

  1. Open your SplashID account.
  2. Click on the SplashID icon at the top of the app.
  3. Select Export.
  4. Select Export as .CSV.
  5. Save the .CSV file to your PC. Note the file name and location of the file.
  6. Open Password Boss.
  7. From the File menu choose Import passwords -> From File -> SplashID.
  8. Choose the CSV file you just saved. 
  9. Select Open.
  10. Select Next.
  11. Select Import.
  12. All of the imported items will be saved in a new folder named SplashID- <mm/dd/yy -time>.
 
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