Thank you for making the switch to Sticky Password! I’m confident you’ll appreciate the experience and security that you’ll have with Sticky Password. Now is the time to export your passwords from your former Password manager. Let’s take a look at moving your LastPass passwords over to Sticky Password.
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Today, I’ll show you how to export your passwords and other saved data (like bookmarks and Identities) from LastPass. To get started, we recommend that you export your Lastpass data using either your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browser. I’ll show you how to do it on both, below.

Exporting from LastPass in Mozilla Firefox

Click the LastPass icon in the upper right corner of your browser and select My LastPass Vault.
1-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-1-ff-open-my-vaultClick Tools and select Export. Note: the export file will be in CSV (comma separated values) format. CSV files are NOT encrypted. We’re dealing with password and logins, so it’s important to delete the file right after you import it into Sticky Password – where all the data will be stored in encrypted format.
2-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-2-ff-tools-exportThe ‘Reprompt’ dialog will appear for you to login and enter your LastPass password. Enter your Email and LastPass Master Password and click Log In.
3-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-3-ff-enter-passwordSelect the location on your computer where you would like to save the exported file, type a file name and click Save.
4-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-4-ff-enter-file-name-and-saveYou’ve just exported you passwords from LastPass. Now you’ll need to import them into Sticky Password.

Exporting from LastPass in Google Chrome

Click the LastPass icon in the upper right corner of your browser and select My Vault.
1-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-1-chrome-open-my-vaultClick More options and select Export in the Advanced section.
2-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-2-chrome-more-options-exportThe ‘Reprompt’ dialog will appear for you to login and enter your LastPass password. Enter your Email and LastPass Master Password and click Continue.
3-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-3-chrome-enter-passwordNow you can see your data in .html format. Right click and select Save as…
4-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-4-chrome-right-click-save-asSelect the location on your computer where you would like to save the exported file and type a file name. Make sure your save as file format is Webpage, complete and click Save.
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Importing your exported data to Sticky Password

Click the Sticky Password icon in the lower right corner of you screen (your ‘system tray’) and select Open Sticky Password to open the main Sticky Password window.
6a-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-6a-sticky-password-openClick the menu in the upper right corner and select Import.
6-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-6-sticky-password-importClick Other Password managers and applications.
7-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-7-sticky-password-import-from-other-pmsSelect LastPass and click Next.
8-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-8-sticky-password-import-from-lastpassSelect the imported LastPass file and click Open.
8b-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-8b-sticky-password-select-file
Click Import all.
9-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-9-sticky-password-import-allClick Close.
10-blog-how-to-import-lastpass-passwords-step-10-sticky-password-import- closeCongratulations! Your passwords, bookmarks and other stored data are now stored in the Sticky Password database and ready to use.
Now that your passwords are safely in Sticky Password, make sure to delete the CSV/HTML file!