How to Import Password Settings from Chrome to Safari on Mac/MacBook — When we have been using Google Chrome for quite a long time and for some reason, we have to move to Safari browser that will be very irritating. All the easiness in accessing various websites without entering passwords manually as we already saved in Chrome will not be experienced by us in Safari. But, calm down. There is good news. We still can import all passwords we save in Chrome to Safari.
Well, here are the steps of How to Import Password Settings from Chrome to Safari on Mac/MacBook:
- First, launch the Safari browser on your Mac or MacBook.
- Once your Safari browser is opened, click the File menu on the top left toolbar near the Apple icon button.
- Now, point Import From. On the expanded menu click Google Chrome.
- After that, you will see a narrow window contains check boxes of items that you can import from Google Chrome.
- Tick the items that you want to import.
- Then click Import. If the Import button is still disabled, please note that you must close your Chrome with no exceptions. All the tabs, all the Chrome windows, and the incognito of Chrome too.
- After you close your Chrome you will see that your Import button on Safari is enabled. Now, click the Import button.
- You might be asked to input the login password of your Mac or MacBook. Once you input your password, click Allow button.
- Finish. Password settings on your Google Chome have been imported to Safari.
So easy, right? Share to your friends so they will not need to input any password manually when they want to log in to the various websites using the Safari browser on their Mac or MacBook.
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