It’s easy to import your information from 1Password into oneSafe for Mac!

This page explains how to import:

1) Logins (usernames) and passwords;  and

2) Credit card details

The procedure for importing each type of information is slightly different, so you’ll need to import your “Logins and passwords” separately from your “Credit card details.”

 

1) Importing logins and passwords from 1Password

1. In 1Password, select all the entries under “Logins,” then click on “File” > “Export” > “Selected items.”

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2. An “Export” screen will appear. Set the “File Format” to “Comma Delimited Text (.csv)” and hit “Save.” Your items will then be exported as a CSV file and saved on your computer.

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3. Open oneSafe for Mac and click on “File” > “Import” > “Import CSV.”

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4. An “Import CSV” screen will appear. Select the CSV file you just exported from 1Password.

Make sure that the “field delimiter” is set to “Comma (,)” and that the “template” is set to “Web Account.”

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5. You now need to let oneSafe for Mac know which data from the imported items goes into which field in oneSafe’s “Web Account” template. This is easy to do!

For each column of information, just choose the most appropriate field from the dropdown list at the top of the column.

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In the example above, the first three columns should be set to “Note,” “Password” and “Title” and the final two columns set to “URL” and “User Name”

In this example, we don’t need to set a field for the fourth column because the information (“Login”) that 1Password stores as “type” is not required by oneSafe.

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If you need to edit any of your information, just double click on the cell.

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6. Click on “Preview Items” to see how your items will look in oneSafe for Mac and to confirm that you’ve set the fields correctly. At this stage, you can also edit or add information to any item and even choose an image for it. Click “Next” and “Previous” to move between the previews of your items. Finally hit “Finish” or “Accept All” when you’re done.

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7. Your imported items will appear in a new category in oneSafe for Mac called “CSV Import.” You can change the name of that category or move your items into other categories to keep them in the order that best suits your needs.

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2) Importing credit card details from 1Password

1. In 1Password, select all the entries under “Credit Cards” then click on “File” > “Export” > “Selected items.”

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2. An “Export” screen will appear. Set the “File Format” to “Comma Delimited Text (.csv).”

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Then type in the names of the “Fields to Export.” When exporting credit card details from 1Password these fields will include:

– Title

– cardholder name(cardholder)

– number(ccnum)

– expiry date(expiry)

– issuing bank(bank)

– phone (local)

– website

– PIN

– verification number(cvv)

Then hit “Save.” Your items will then be exported as a CSV file and saved on your computer.

3. Open oneSafe for Mac and click on “File” > “Import” > “Import CSV.”

4. An “Import CSV” screen will appear. Select the CSV file you just exported from 1Password.

Make sure that the “field delimiter” is set to “Comma (,)” and that the “template” is set to “Credit Card.”

 

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5. You now need to let oneSafe for Mac know which data from the imported items goes into which field in oneSafe’s “Credit Card” template. This is easy to do!

For each column of information, just choose the most appropriate field from the dropdown list at the top of the column.

 

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In the example above, the nine columns should be set as “Title,” “Card Holder,” “Credit Card Number,” “Valid Thru,” “Bank Name,” “Contact Phone,” “Website URL,” “PIN” and “Security Code.”

If you need to edit any of your information, just double click on the cell.

6. Click on “Preview Items” to see how your items will look in oneSafe for Mac and to confirm that you’ve set the fields correctly. At this stage, you can also edit or add information to any item and even choose an image for it. Click “Next” and “Previous” to move between the previews of your items. Finally hit “Finish” or “Accept All” when you’re done.

 

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7. Your imported items will appear in a new category in oneSafe for Mac called “CSV Import.” You can change the name of that category or move your items into other categories to keep them in the order that best suits your needs.

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