How to Import and Export passwords in Chrome

How to Import and Export passwords in Chrome
How to Import and Export passwords in Chrome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Import and Export passwords in Chrome

There are many such occasions when we need to save our logged in username passwords to a file so that if we format or restore our machine we have then no need to remember all the passwords so here we present you How to Import and Export passwords in Chrome browser ,you can also use Mozilla Firefox to import username passwords from Chrome to Mozilla

Steps:

1. Launch Chrome browser , then type “chrome://flags” or “about://flags” in the address bar and hit Enter.

2. In the Chrome flags window, hit Ctrl+F and search for “password import and export”. The corresponding flag entry should be highlighted. Available for all the major desktop OS platforms, this flag can be used to directly export or import your saved passwords in Chrome. From the drop-down menu, select Enabled to turn the flag on. Now, relaunch your browser to make the changes effective.

3. After relaunching the browser, navigate to Chrome settings menu by entering chrome://settings in the address bar. Scroll down to the bottom and click on Show advanced settings.

4. Scroll down further through Advanced settings to section named Passwords and forms.

5. Click on Manage passwords link to administer your saved passwords, as shown in the image above. A new window should pop up with all your saved passwords.

6. Scroll down through the list and look for Export and Import buttons at the end of the list.

 

 

7. Click Export to download all your password entries to your PC. You’ll be prompted to enter your Windows user account password for authorization.

 

8. Once Windows account password is entered and validated, you can save your passwords in a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file format on your PC.

 

9. Similarly, if you want to import any password to your Chrome browser and store it in saved passwords, you can prepare a CSV file with the following values mentioned in the file:

  • Name: Website name on which you have the account
  • URL: Login URL for the website
  • Username: Your active username on the website
  • Password: Password for the mentioned username

10. The Import button lets you import your saved passwords.

This small experimental feature can come in handy when you want to have a backup of your saved passwords in Chrome so that in the case of any unforeseen circumstances, you can restore them in your browser.

 

or Follow the Video Tutorial

 

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