Export Vault Data

You can export your individual vault data from any Bitwarden app, or export organization vault data from the web vault or CLI. Exports can be downloaded as plaintext .json or .csv files, or as a .json encrypted export.

We recommend using .json for a more complete export, as .csv files won't currently export cards or identities. For complete information on the format of Bitwarden .csv and .json files, see condition a Bitwarden .csv or .json.

Vault exports will not include file attachments, items in the trash, password history, or Sends.

Warnung

Unless you are using an encrypted export, do not store or send the exported file over insecure channels, like email, and delete the file immediately after use.

Export an individual vault

Warnung

Exporting your individual data will not export any data owned by an organization that you belong to. To export organization data, follow these instructions.

To export your individual vault data from the web vault:

  1. Select Tools from the top navigation bar.

  2. Select Export Vault from the tools menu.

  3. On the vault export page, choose a File Format (.json, .csv, or .json (Encrypted)).

  4. If selecting .json (Encrypted), choose the File Type that you would like for the encrypted export:

    • Account backup: This file can only be imported to the current Bitwarden account that generated the encrypted export file.

    • Password protected: This file can be imported to any Bitwarden account by utilizing the password set during the encrypted export process.

  5. Select Confirm Format, enter your master password, and select the Export Vault button to finish.

To export your individual vault data from a browser extension:

  1. Open the Settings tab.

  2. Scroll down to the Tools section and select the Export vault option.

  3. On the export vault view, choose a File Format (.json, .csv, or .json (Encrypted)).

    Tipp

    If you need to import this data into a new Bitwarden account, we recommend using the web vault to create a Password protected export.

  4. Enter your master password and select Submit.

Hinweis

If you are exporting from Vivaldi, you may need to pop-out the browser extension for export to work properly:

Popout a Browser Extension
Popout a Browser Extension

To export your individual vault data from a desktop app:

  1. From the menu bar, navigate to FileExport vault.

  2. In the export vault window, choose a File Format (.json, .csv, or .json (Encryped)).

    Tipp

    If you need to import this data into a new Bitwarden account, we recommend using the web vault to create a Password protected export.

  3. Enter your master password and select the Download button.

To export your individual vault data from a mobile app:

  1. Tap the Settings tab.

  2. Scroll down to the Tools section and tap the Export Vault option.

  3. On the export vault view, choose a File Format (.json, .csv, or .json (Encrypted)).

    Tipp

    If you need to import this data into a new Bitwarden account, we recommend using the web vault to create a Password protected export.

  4. Enter your master password and select the Export vault button.

To export your individual vault data from the CLI, use the export command. By default, export will export your vault as a .csv and save the file to the working directory, however this behavior can be altered using options:

bw export --output /users/me/documents/ --format json --password mYP@ssw0rd

The --password option can be used to specify a password to use to encrypt encrypted_json exports instead of your account encryption key.

For more detail, please see review the Bitwarden CLI documentation.

Export an organization vault

Organization admins and owners can export their organization data (all items owned by the organization) from the web vault or CLI:

To export your organization data from the web vault:

  1. Open your organization and select the Settings tab.

  2. Select Export Vault from the Settings menu:

    Export Organization Vault
    Export Organization Vault
  3. On the vault export page, choose a File Format (.json, .csv, or .json (Encrypted)).

  4. Enter your master password and select the Export Vault button.

Hinweis

Exporting an organization's vault data will be captured by event logs. Learn more.

To export your organization data from the CLI, use the export command with the --organizationid option.

By default, export will export your vault as a .csv and save the file to the working directory, however this behavior can be altered using options:

bw export my-master-password --organizationid 7063feab-4b10-472e-b64c-785e2b870b92 --output /users/me/documents/ --format json
Tipp

If you don't know your organizationid value off-hand, you can access it at the command-line using bw list organizations.

For more detail, see our CLI documentation.

Hinweis

Exporting an organization's vault data will be captured by event logs. Learn more.


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