You can easily export saved passwords from Google Chrome
Open Google Chrome, tap the three-dot menu on the top right corner, and select Settings.
Click on Passwords under the Autofill section.
Now, click three dots in the Passwords menu
Tap on Export Passwords. Enter your Windows password or fingerprint if prompted.
Select the desired place on the drive and save the file.
All your passwords from Google Chrome will be saved in a CSV text file. Note that it isn’t encrypted in any manner- the usernames and passwords are stored in plain text and can be read by anyone having access to the file.
So, make sure to store it safely on your device. We’ll suggest deleting the file permanently once the work is over.
Import Passwords in Google Chrome
The option to import passwords isn’t natively accessible in Google Chrome. However, you can enable it manually through Chrome Flags using the given steps.
Enable Password Import Flag
- Type chrome://flags/ in the URL bar and press Enter.
- On the following page, search for “password import.”
- Enable the feature and relaunch the browser.
Import Passwords from CSV File
Now that you have enabled the Password Import feature in Chrome Flags:
- Head to Settings > Passwords.
- Tap three dots and click on Import.
- Select the CSV password file from your drive and click Open.
- Your passwords will be imported