Importing your data from LastPass into bitwarden is easy.
There are known bugs (for years now) with the LastPass exporter regarding special characters such as the ampersand (
&), the greater than sign (
>), and the less than sign (
<). The LastPass exporter may change (HTML encode) these and possibly other special characters in your passwords to their respective HTML encoded values (ex.
<). If this LastPass bug affects your exported data you should use a text editor (such as Notepad) to find and replace all of these values before importing into bitwarden. For example, you may want to do a find and replace for
Congratulations! You have just transferred all of your data from LastPass into bitwarden.
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