From 1Password

This section is for you if you are using 1Password and want to switch to Enpass. 1Password lets you export the data in two formats, .1pif and .csv. We recommend to export the data in .1pif file format as the export functionality of 1password for .csv file format is not well structured. You should only opt the .csv file export in case your current 1Password version does not support the .1pif export. Well nevertheless, we thank you for choosing Enpass. Welcome aboard.

Using .csv format

Step 1: Export data from 1Password

Before importing your data from 1Password to Enpass, first you need to export your 1Password data in the .csv unencrypted file format. Usually you need the desktop version for respective software to export your data in unencrypted format.

Follow these steps to export the data-

  • Open 1Password App.
  • If you’re having data saved in multiple vaults, please select any one vault as 1Password allows to export the data of one vault at a time. Otherwise, you’re good to go.
  • Click on File → Export → All items.
  • Select .csv file format.
  • Select all fields and click the check-mark, include column labels.
  • Choose a name for the .csv file and save it to your desktop.


The data exported to unencrypted file is highly insecure and vulnerable. We recommend that you delete the corresponding .csv file as soon as the importing process is finished.

Step 2: Import data into Enpass desktop

Only the desktop version of Enpass can import data from 1Password. The process is automatic and very easy.

  • Start the Import wizard from File-Import.
  • The first step of Import wizard is to select the 1Password (CSV) from the list and click Continue.
  • Locate the data.csv file inside the exported vault directory of 1Password. Click Continue.
  • The next screen will show all the items detected in the selected file and ready to be imported in Enpass. Have a quick look to check if they are recognized properly. Click Import.
  • Importing process will start and will take some time depending upon the number of items being imported.
  • The next screen will show Success message with number of items successfully imported in Enpass. Click Done.


Now you must delete the corresponding .csv file as it is unprotected and highly insecure to keep.

  • The main screen of Enpass will be displayed with all the recently imported items placed under Import category.
  • You are now free to edit them or to change their category by simply dragging and dropping to that particular category.