You can import your passwords and other data from Roboform into Codebook.
This feature is only supported on macOS and Windows. Use the Sync feature to access your imported data on Android and iOS.
How it works:
Caution: You are about to export your passwords into an unencrypted file! We recommend you temporarily disable any backup software you use to avoid creating a backup of the unencrypted file. Anybody with access to this file will be able to see your passwords and other secrets.
You will need to make a few edits to the exported .csv file so it can be processed correctly by Codebook
Name column and rename it
URL column and rename it
Website. This will set the mode of the field correctly.
Login column and rename it
Username. This will set the mode of the field correctly.
Pwd column and rename it
Password. This will set the mode of the field correctly to indicate that it contains a password and will be masked when displayed.
Folder column and rename it
Category. You may want to edit the data in this column by removing the leading / of /Login. You can also fill in a category name for any cells that are blank. If you had any Logins or Secure Notes that were not in a folder, you will see that the Folder, now Category, column contains blanks. You can fill in a name that you would like to use for the category. Note: For a Codebook for Windows Import - this cell cannot be blank. If, for example, you did not put your secure notes in a folder, you may want to type Notes into the blank cell so your notes will be grouped together in the Notes category. Please note that Codebook already contains a Notes category that contains a sample note. You can delete the default Note category that was created by Codebook.
| characters in your passwords, and insert a backslash
\ in front of them
Now you're ready to get started using Codebook!
If you are having trouble importing your data or have other questions, please contact Codebook Support.