RememBear currently has the ability to import passwords, credit cards and secure notes from both LastPass and 1Password. We hope to add more import options in future versions. The import feature is currently available on RememBear for Windows and macOS.
NOTE: Secure notes have a character limit of 5000. If you are trying to import notes that exceed this limit you'll be presented with a warning during the import procedure and the note will be automatically shortened.
First, here's how to export:
Exporting on LastPass:
Find more information on exporting your passwords to a .CSV file from LastPass here.
Make sure to select the option to “Include Column Labels” during export
Exporting from 1Password:
Find more information on exporting your passwords to a .CSV file from 1Password here.
Make sure to select “All Fields” and the option to “Include Column Labels” during export
NOTE: RememBear only supports importing CSV files in English. If you are using 1Password in a language other than English please switch it before performing the export.
Next, here's how to import into RememBear:
Importing on Windows:
Open the RememBear application, locate the gear icon on the left hand side, under the General tab, find the Import section and select browse.
You can also import passwords saved in both Chrome and Firefox* browsers. Simply head into your settings and locate the "Import from Browser" button. Then, select the browser(s) you want to import from and select the items you want to import.
*If you have a Master Password set up in Firefox, you will not be able to use this import process as your bear will not be able to decrypt your passwords.
Importing on MacOS:
Open the RememBear application, select File, then select Import and click Import from another password manager.
For security reasons, don’t forget to delete the .CSV file completely once you’ve imported your passwords.
If you run into any issues importing your passwords, let our support bears know. We’re actively working to improve this feature and appreciate any feedback. We also hope to support importing passwords from even more password managers in the future, so stay tuned!