Import tool for switching from 1Password to Passpack
Natalie Turner commented
I Just imported from 1password and it worked perfectly.
Here's what I did:
1. In the 1password desktop version click file, export
2. Select Comma Delimited text (CSV) option
3. Save the CSV file to your desktop (it say's .txt) but don't worry about that
4. Open the file and copy the text from the file into applicable passpack window
5. NOW THIS BIT IS KEY:
At the top of your 1password export there is some text that tells you what order you need to click buttons for import into passpack... this was the order for me:
Here's the buttons you need to press:
title = name
notes = notes
username = login
Password = password
url = Link
Then select comma and quote (") as your seperators
At least basic steps to take the tab delimited text output from 1Password and turn it into something Passpack can import cleanly? Please? Pretty Please?
It sounds like from ivanoats post one only needs to delete the SecurityLevel column and convert to CSV?
@Francesco, it does not work from 1Password because you can't select a field called SecurityLevel. You can't ignore a column in the TSV that 1Password generates. Irregardless, it's not a great user experience on the CSV import, I'd much rather have an import that just works.
AdminFrancesco (Admin, Passpack) commented
1Password exports in CSV format and Passpack is able to import this format. So, maybe, I am missing something. How you imagine that such an importer has to work?
i can not on hyves