Import your data from another application

You can very easily import your data from an array of different password manager applications. bitwarden supports importing data into your individual account from the following sources:

  • bitwarden (csv)
  • 1Password (1pif)
  • 1Password 6 Windows (csv)
  • Ascendo DataVault (csv)
  • Avira (json)
  • Chrome (csv)
  • Clipperz (html)
  • Dashlane (csv)
  • Enpass (csv)
  • Firefox Password Exporter (xml)
  • GNOME Passwords and Keys/Seahorse (json)
  • KeePass 2 (xml)
  • KeePassX (csv)
  • Keeper (csv)
  • LastPass (csv)
  • Meldium (csv)
  • mSecure (csv)
  • Opera (csv)
  • Padlock (csv)
  • PassKeep (csv)
  • Password Boss (json)
  • Password Dragon (xml)
  • Password Safe (xml)
  • RoboForm (html)
  • SafeInCloud (xml)
  • SaferPass (csv)
  • SplashID (csv)
  • Sticky Password (xml)
  • True Key (csv)
  • Universal Password Manager (csv)
  • Vivaldi (csv)
  • Zoho Vault (csv)

To import your data, log into the web vault at https://vault.bitwarden.com and navigate to ToolsImport Data. Instructions for importing from each source are available after selecting the desired file format from the dropdown menu.

Organization Accounts

Additionally, you can also import data directly into an organization account for sharing. bitwarden supports importing data into your organization account from the following sources:

  • bitwarden (csv)
  • LastPass (csv)

To import your data, log into the web vault at https://vault.bitwarden.com and navigate to your organization admin area. Then navigate to SettingsImport Data.

Generic CSV Format (individual account)

You can manually condition a CSV file for your individual account import using the generic bitwarden format. Create a UTF-8 encoded plaintext file with the following format:

folder,favorite,type,name,notes,fields,login_uri,login_username,login_password,login_totp

The above header must be the first line in the file. An example file may look like the following:

folder,favorite,type,name,notes,fields,login_uri,login_username,login_password,login_totp
Social,1,login,Twitter,,,twitter.com,[email protected],password123,
,,login,EVGA,,,https://www.evga.com/support/login.asp,[email protected],fakepassword,TOTPSEED123
,,login,My Bank,Bank PIN is 1234,"PIN: 1234",https://www.wellsfargo.com/home.jhtml,john.smith,password123456,
,,note,My Note,"This is a secure note.",,,,,

Download example

When importing from this format, select the bitwarden (csv) file format option from the dropdown menu.

Generic CSV Format (organization account)

You can manually condition a CSV file for your organization account import using the generic bitwarden format. The format is almost the same as the individual account format above, however, organizations have “collections” instead of a “folder” and no “favorite”. Create a UTF-8 encoded plaintext file with the following format:

collections,type,name,notes,fields,login_uri,login_username,login_password,login_totp

The above header must be the first line in the file. An example file may look like the following:

collections,type,name,notes,fields,login_uri,login_username,login_password,login_totp
"Social,Marketing",login,Twitter,,,twitter.com,[email protected],password123,
"Finance",login,My Bank,Bank PIN is 1234,"PIN: 1234",https://www.wellsfargo.com/home.jhtml,john.smith,password123456,
,login,EVGA,,,https://www.evga.com/support/login.asp,[email protected],fakepassword,TOTPSEED123
,note,My Note,"This is a secure note.",,,,,

Download example

When importing from this format, select the bitwarden (csv) file format option from the dropdown menu.

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