How to import passwords from Safari to Proton Pass

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Import and export passwords

Proton Pass has built-in support for importing your passwords and other data from the Safari browser for macOS. This process has two stages:

1. Export your passwords and other data from Safari

2. Import your exported passwords into Proton Pass

How to export from Safari

1. Open Safari and go to the menu bar → SafariSettings…Passwords tab and verify your identity using Touch ID or your Mac’s password. 

Unlock your Safari passwords

2. Click to the left of the Search bar → Export All Passwords…

Export all passwords

3. A warning box will appear. Click Export Passwords… to continue. You may get asked to confirm your identity again via Touch ID or your Mac’s password. Your passwords will be saved as a file called passwords.csv in your Downloads folder. 

Conform that you wish to export your passwords

2. How to import to Proton Pass

1. Open the Proton Pass browser extension and go to Settings.

Open Proton Pass settings

2. Go to the Import tab, select Safari (csv) from the dropdown Provider list, and either drag the .csv file you exported to the File box or click the Choose a file or drag it here button to manually select it using your system’s file manager.

Click Import when you’re done. 

Import your saved CSV file

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