How to Import Passwords Into Google Chrome Using a CSV File on MacOS — Normally, importing passwords into Google Chrome browser using a CSV file on MacOS is not possible. However, this way does exist in the experimental stage. So we can still do that to the Google Chrome browser, but there are additional steps to enable the import passwords feature. To know the detailed way of this please move to the next paragraph.

How to Import Passwords Into Google Chrome Using a CSV File on MacOS

Here are the steps of How to Import Passwords Into Google Chrome Using a CSV File on MacOS for you to read and follow:

  1. First, open the Finder on your Mac or MacBook.
  2. Then, click the Go menu on the menu bar.
  3. On the dropdown of the Go menu, click the Utilities.
  4. After that, click the Utilities option.
  5. You will see a window opened. Click the Terminal entry twice. Or for the faster way, press Command + Space, type Terminal and hit Enter.
  6. When the Terminal is opened input this command:
    /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome -enable-features=PasswordImport then hit the Enter key.
  7. Next, the Google Chrome browser will automatically start.
  8. Then, click the three-dot button on top-right corner of the browser.
  9. Tap the Settings menu there.
  10. Click the Autofill menu on the left pane.
  11. After that, click the Password option.
  12. Scroll down a bit to the list of Saved Passwords.
  13. Click the three-dot button of the Saved Passwords list and select Import.
  14. Last, choose the CSV file and confirm.
How to Import Passwords Into Google Chrome Using a CSV File on MacOS
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