- In order to import from LastPass, first, be sure that you have the most recent version of RoboForm downloaded and installed. This can be done at www.roboform.com/download.
- While logged into your LastPass account, click the button in the upper right corner, then Tools >> Advanced Tools >> Export To >> LastPass CSV File
- If prompted, enter your login credentials on the next screen.
- Here's where it gets a little tricky, so stick with us! You should now see a page with plain text on it- these are your logins.
You’ll want to highlight all of the text on the page, which can either be done manually or by hitting CTRL+A on your keyboard. Then, Right Click >> Copy or hit CTRL+C.
- Next, open Notepad on your computer and Paste your logins using Right Click >> Paste or CTRL+V. To save this file, you’ll want to choose File >> Save As. Choose a file name like “Logins.csv” (you’ll have to manually enter the “.csv” at the end of the file name), and a location that’s easily accessible (we used the Desktop). Under “Save as type”, select “All Files”, then hit Save.
- There are many ways to open the Import dialog:
(A) Browser extension icon (Tools >> Import)
(B) Editor (Import in menu),
(C) Taskbar icon (Tools >> Import)
(D) Options (Data & Sync >> Import From)
Chose any of them.
From "Import" dialog choose "LastPass" on the left.
On the right choose a subdirectory where imported data will be located in RoboForm. The Home directory is selected by default. To change it, click on the folder icon below (import into folder). Then select "Import from File' when ready.
- After selecting "Import from File" button. Choose *.CSV file, that you downloaded before and click "Open":
- If Import operation succeeded, you will see this screen:
If you see the different form (probably, with an error), that means the file, you tried to import has formatted incorrectly.
Note, that not all logins and/or bookmarks could be loaded. That occurs, if the different password manager changed its export format. You should check the number of logins/bookmarks stored in the file, and the number of actually loaded logins/bookmarks.
WARNING: It is strongly recommended, that you delete the CSV files exported from the different password managers because it contains unprotected data. Do not send it to anyone, upload to the Internet, or even leave it in a local storage.