(1) Log into Keeper's web vault at https://keepersecurity.com/vault/
(2) Click on your account email in the upper right-hand corner.
(3) Click on Settings > Import.
(4) If the .csv file was generated from a specific password manager, please select the password manager from the list of choices. If this is a generic .csv file generated from another source, proceed with the "Text file (.csv)" selection.
(5) Drag the exported file into the target window "Drop a File Here".
(6) Use the drop-down menu in each column to map to a Keeper field.
(7) If you intend to share all first level folders, check the box Import Root Level Folders as Shared. By selecting this option, all first level folders will become shared.
(8) Click on Import.
Keeper's CSV import method also supports advanced structure including Folders, Subfolders and Shared Folders.
Folder,Title,Login,Password,Website Address,Notes,Shared Folder,Custom Fields
• To specify subfolders, use backslash "\" between folder names
• To make a Shared Folder specify the name or path to it in the 7th field
Example 1: Create a regular folder at the root level with 2 custom fields
My Business Stuff,Twitter,[email protected],123456,https://twitter.com,These are some notes,,API Key,5555,Date Created,2018-04-02
Example 2: Create a shared subfolder inside another folder with edit and re-share permission
Personal,Twitter,[email protected],123456,https://twitter.com,,Social Media#edit#reshare
Keeper also supports advanced JSON structured file formats. We recommend using JSON files for import and export of structured data instead of CSV files. This is described in the JSON Import page.