You can seamlessly import all the saved passwords or login credentials from the built-in Google Chrome password manager directly to Enpass. Chrome allows to export passwords in a .csv format.
Step 1: Export data from Chrome¶
Before importing your data into Enpass, you need to first export passwords from Chrome as a .csv unencrypted file format.
Follow these steps to export the data -
- Open Chrome.
- Click on the Chrome menu ( ⋮ ) in the toolbar and choose Settings.
- Open Autofill settings and go to Passwords.
- Click ellipsis ( ⋮ ) above the list of saved passwords and then Export passwords.
- Save the .csv file to a preferred location on your system.
Step 2: Import data into Enpass desktop¶
Only the desktop version of Enpass can import data from Chrome. Follow the steps below to import data in Enpass -
- Open Enpass. Hit the menu button and go to File → Import → Click on Chrome Browser.
- Locate the .csv file from the system and click on Continue.
- You will now see the confirmation message to import the items, click Continue.
- If you are using multiple-vaults then choose the vault you wish to import your data into.
- Import process will start and will take some time depending upon the number of items being imported.
- The items will be added in Enpass under the predefined categories for each item. The items with an unknown category or no category will be added under the Uncategorized section in the sidebar. You can later drag and drop the items to change their category.
Watch a step-by-step tutorial on importing data from Chrome to Enpass.
The data exported to unencrypted file is highly insecure and vulnerable. We recommend you to delete the corresponding .csv file as soon as the importing process is finished.