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Import your passwords from the Google Chrome browser

Have your passwords stored in Chrome? We've got you covered!

1. Export from Chrome

First you need to export your existing passwords from your Google Chrome browser.

To do this:

  • Click on the 3 dots at the top right of your Chrome browser.
  • In the dropdown that appears, click on "Settings".
  • In the window that opens, in the second panel (named "Autofill"), click on "Passwords".
  • The list showing all your saved passwords will appear.
  • Next to the title "Saved Passwords" just above the list, click on the 3 dots that you will see on the right side. Then click on "Export Passwords" and confirm.
    A CSV-file containing all your saved passwords will be downloaded to your computer.

Great. You have now successfully exported the passwords that were already saved in your browser.

2. Import the CSV-file into Hypervault

  • Log into your account and into the Workspace where you want to import your passwords.
  • Once you are logged in, go to your profile settings. To do this, click on your profile picture in the top right corner.
  • In the dropdown that appears, click on "Import items".
  • In the left sidebar of the "Import items" window that will appear you'll find a list showing different possible Import sources such as 1Password, Dashlane, ...
  • At the bottom of the sidebar, please indicate where you want your passwords to be imported, in your main vault or in your private vault.
  • Then, at the bottom of the list of import sources, click on "Other".
  • Now click on the "Upload filled template" button and select the CSV-file that you exported from your Chrome browser.

A new window will appear showing a progress bar of your import.

When the progress bar is completed, your import is finished.
Now head over to the Vault where you imported the items and check if everything is in place.

That's it, you're done with importing the passwords from your Chrome browser!

In case you experience problems with the import, please refer to this article for troubleshooting.