A walk-through of Codebook's first-time setup process.
Learn where your passwords are stored, arranged, and sorted in Codebook, and about the helpful features of Codebook's data model.
The Sync feature lets you keep your passwords and other secure data in sync on all of your devices.
Different operating systems provide different levels of support for allowing a password manager app like Codebook to assist you with directly logging in to websites and filling out forms with the passwords and other data stored in Codebook. Where possible we've been sure to provide integration with the operating system's features (typically referred to as AutoFill), and to provide our own global keyboard shortcut, Secret Agent, where more flexibility is required.
Log in to websites and fill out forms with your passwords and other data stored in Codebook for Android.
Log in to websites and other apps using the username and password credentials stored in Codebook for iOS.
Log in to websites and other apps using the username and password credentials stored in Codebook for macOS. Note: Requires macOS 11 Big Sur.
Secret Agent is a helper application and global keyboard shortcut that you can use to insert your passwords and other data stored in Codebook into any app on your Mac or PC.
Create custom labels and edit the default set for your unique needs.
Review your passwords for breaches with HaveIBeenPwned.com.
Import your data from another password manager via CSV. Direct exports from some applications are also supported, depending on platform.
Codebook provides both CSV and plain text export (macOS and Windows only).
Are you a keyboard commando? Check out all of Codebook's keyboard shortcuts for macOS and Windows.
Help with Codebook's AutoFill Passwords support for iOS. Learn how Codebook suggests entries for AutoFill and how to adjust the results.
Suggestions for handling problems that can occur using Codebook's Desktop WiFi sync feature.
Learn to restore your data from backup using your Sync Key.