Export passwords to a CSV file

Before you can manually import already-existing passwords to UniqKey, you need to export them to a comma-separated CSV file. This guide will walk you through the process, and if you're unsure of how to import your passwords afterwards, you can check out our guide here.


1) In your browser, click the three dots in the upper right corner and choose "settings"

2) Scroll down to "passwords" and click the arrow next to "saved passwords" - some browsers have three dots you have to click on instead of an arrow.

3) Choose "export passwords" and save the file somewhere easily found - like your desktop for example.


You're now ready to import your passwords to UniqKey using our "import" feature in your browser.


Remember to delete this file once you've safely imported it to UniqKey, otherwise your passwords will be available in clear text on your computer.



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