How To Import Password Settings From Chrome To Safari On Mac

Are you looking to switch from Chrome to Safari on your Mac but don’t want to lose all your saved passwords? Don’t worry, it’s easy to import all your password settings from Chrome to Safari. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process step-by-step.

Step 1: Export Passwords from Chrome

Open Chrome and go to Settings > Passwords. Click on the three dots in the top-right corner and select “Export Passwords”. Enter your device password if prompted and save the CSV file to your desktop.

Step 2: Import Passwords to Safari

Open Safari and go to File > Import From > Chrome. Select the CSV file you just saved and click “Import”. Enter your device password if prompted and all your passwords will be imported to Safari.

Step 3: Verify Passwords in Safari

To verify that your passwords have been imported successfully, go to Safari > Preferences > Passwords. You should see all your imported passwords listed here.

Tips for a Smooth Import

– Make sure you have the latest version of Chrome and Safari installed on your Mac. – If you’re having trouble importing your passwords, try restarting both browsers and your Mac. – If you have multiple profiles in Chrome, make sure you export passwords from the profile you want to import to Safari.


Q: Can I import passwords from other browsers to Safari?

A: Yes, you can import passwords from Firefox and other browsers to Safari using the same process.

Q: Will my passwords be synced between my Mac and iPhone/iPad after importing to Safari?

A: Yes, if you have iCloud Keychain enabled on all your devices, your passwords will be synced automatically.

Q: Can I import passwords to Safari on Windows?

A: No, this tutorial is specifically for importing passwords from Chrome to Safari on Mac. The process may be different for Windows. Remember, it’s always a good idea to keep your passwords secure and backed up in case of any unforeseen data loss. We hope this tutorial has helped you successfully import your passwords to Safari on Mac.

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