I have exported passwords from Google's "Secrets" app. Can I import them to 1password?

Secrets exports passwords to a tab-delimited file. Is there a way to upload these into 1password, rather than retyping ~200 passwords?


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  • saadsaad

    Team Member

    That's a great question! We support importing from several different file types using 1Password for Mac and Windows:

    https://support.1password.com/import/

    If you are able to export your data to one of the known filetypes, you can easily import it into 1Password. Otherwise, you will need to export the data to a comma-delimited text file (CSV) to import it within 1Password.

    Let us know if you have any other questions!

  • Yes, I have two questions. First, the Android app "Secrets" (made by Google) does not produce the formats supported by 1Password, so I will need to use the CSV format. Is there documentation somewhere for what columns are required? Secrets produces these columns: Description, Id, PIN, Email, Notes.

    Second, I am trying to start using 1Password, and I was planning to stick with the free version for a week or two to make sure it works for me. But it seems like on MacOS, I have to pay $65. Is there any way to get a trial version on Mac OS to do this import?

  • periperi

    Team Member

    Hi @thabangh. This guide should help you create a CSV file compatible with 1Password. Let me know if that helps!

    That said, you can download a free trial version of 1Password from our website: https://1password.com/downloads/

    The trial version isn't available in the Mac App Store, which is why you see the $65 price tag there. You can also sign up for an account if you like, which has its own free trial. With a 1Password account, all client apps are covered, as well as major upgrades. Plus, we store and sync your data for you. You can find more info here:
    https://1password.com/sign-up/

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