Import Data from Myki

Use this article for help exporting data from Myki and importing into Bitwarden. Myki data exports are available as .csv files.

Export from Myki

The process for exporting data from Myki is different depending on which platform you are using. Whenever possible, we recommend exporting from the Myki web app for the smoothest experience importing to Bitwarden.

For help exporting from Myki, refer to these Myki articles.

Condition your CSVs

If you exported from a Myki mobile app, you will be required to condition your .csv files for import into Bitwarden. This will primarily involve renaming column headers and, in some cases, re-ordering columns in the .csv.

Each of the following sections will document first the format exported by Myki and second the format expected by Bitwarden.

UserAccount.csv

Exported:

Nickname,Url,Username,Password,Additional Info,Two Factor Secret,Status

Expected:

nickname,url,username,password,additionalInfo,twofaSecret,status,tags

CreditCard.csv

Exported:

Nickname,Card Number,CardName,Exp Month,Exp Year,CVV,Additional Info,Status

Expected:

nickname,status,tags,cardNumber,cardName,exp_month,exp_year,cvv,additionalInfo

IdCard.csv

Exported:

Nickname,Id Type,Id Number,Id Name,Id Issuance Date,Id Expiration Date,Id Country,Additional Info,Status

Expected:

nickname,status,tags,idType,idNumber,idName,idIssuanceDate,idExpirationDate,idCountry,additionalInfo

Address.csv

Exported:

Nickname,First Name,Middle Name,Last Name,Email,First Address Line,Second Address Line,Title,Gender,Number,City,Country,Zip Code,Additional Info,Status

Expected:

nickname,status,tags,firstName,middleName,lastName,email,firstAddressLine,secondAddressLine,title,gender,number,city,country,zipCode,additionalInfo

Note.csv

Exported:

Title,Content,Status

Expected:

nickname,status,content

User2FA.csv

Exported:

Nickname,Additional Info,Two Factor Secret,Status

Expected:

nickname,status,tags,authToken,additionalInfo

Import to Bitwarden

Data must be imported to Bitwarden from the web vault or CLI. Data is encrypted locally before being sent to the server for storage.

To import data to your vault:

  1. Log in to the web vault at https://vault.bitwarden.com, or https://your.bitwarden.domain.com if self-hosting.

  2. Select Tools from the top navigation bar.

  3. Select Import Data from the tools menu.

  4. From the format dropdown, choose a file format.

  5. Select Choose File and add the file to import or copy/paste the contents of your file into the input box.

    注意

    Importing does not check whether items in the file to import already exist in your vault. If you import multiple files or import files with items already in your vault, this will create duplicates.

  6. Select Import Data to trigger the import. If you are importing a password protected .json file, enter the password into the Confirm Vault Import window that will appear.

  7. After successful import, delete the import source file from your computer. This will protect you in the event your computer is compromised.

File attachments, Sends, trash, and password history are not included in an import file. Additional items will need to be manually uploaded to your vault.

To import data to your vault from the CLI, use the following command:

bw import <format> <path>

bw import requires a format (use bw import --formats to retrieve a list of formats) and a path, for example:

bw import lastpasscsv /Users/myaccount/Documents/mydata.csv

After successful import, delete the import source file from your computer. This will protect you in the event your computer is compromised.


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