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    Welcome to your ultimate guide on exporting eWallet data to CSV format. While eWallet itself doesn't support direct .csv exports, we will navigate the versatile pathway to securing your data and enhancing your data management experience. Understanding the value of migrating to platforms like Bitwarden and creating backups are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the benefits of CSV exports. On this page, we'll explore what eWallet is, provide a detailed walkthrough on how to export your eWallet to a CSV file, delve into practical use cases for such exports, introduce Sourcetable as a formidable alternative to traditional CSV exports, and answer your most pressing questions about the process. Ready to unlock the potential of your data with spreadsheets? Let's dive in.

    What is eWallet?

    A digital wallet, often referred to as eWallet, is a financial transaction application that runs on any connected device, allowing for the secure storage of payment information and passwords in the cloud. eWallets are accessible from both computers and mobile devices, with mobile wallets being a specialized form that functions primarily on mobile devices.

    eWallet software is a type of digital wallet that assists users in managing their passwords using robust 256-bit AES encryption. It is designed to be available on multiple mobile platforms, as well as on desktop and laptop computers. Features of eWallet software include syncing capabilities via local Wi-Fi or the cloud, a built-in password generator, and over 30 pre-built card templates for ease of use.

    The eWallet service provided by Allied Wallet introduces a convenient method to pay friends, family, and business associates. Users can add funds to their eWallet by linking a bank account, manage their eWallet via a phone or computer, and pair it with a prepaid card for easy access to funds. Furthermore, Allied Wallet's eWallet offers secure payment solutions, enhancing the safety of online transactions.

    Exporting eWallet to a CSV File

    Using the eWallet Converter Script

    The first step in exporting your eWallet data to a CSV file is to utilize a specific script that can convert the eWallet data into a format compatible with 1Password. This script can be run on both OS X and Windows. The latest version of the script can be found and accessed at the following URL: https://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/30286/mrcs-convert-to-1password-utility/p1. It is important to understand the CSV format before using this script.

    Once the script is executed, it will create a 1PIF file by default. However, since the CSV format is necessary for Windows due to issues with 1Password's CSV import functionality, the script must be set to export to CSV format instead. Keep in mind that the CSV format is more limited than the 1PIF format.

    Post-Conversion Steps for CSV Import

    After converting the eWallet data using the script, it is possible to import the data into 1Password using a spreadsheet program like Numbers or Excel. This step is necessary for rearranging columns in the CSV file to match the import requirements of 1Password. However, users who employ the eWallet Converter need not use a spreadsheet program, as the converter manages the format.

    It is recommended to delete any unnecessary or redundant entries in the converted text files through 1Password once the import is complete. This ensures that your imported data is organized and free of duplicates.

    Please note that once you have exported your eWallet data to CSV format, you will not be able to import it back into eWallet. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that you have a backup of your eWallet data before proceeding with the export.

    Sourcetable Integration

    Seamlessly Import eWallet Data into Sourcetable

    Forget the cumbersome process of exporting your eWallet data to a CSV file before importing it into a spreadsheet program. With Sourcetable, you can directly sync your live eWallet data, eliminating the need for manual exports. This streamlined approach not only saves time but also ensures that your data is always up-to-date, allowing for real-time insights and decision-making.

    Sourcetable's superior synchronization capabilities allow you to effortlessly combine data from various apps or databases. This means that you can automatically pull in financial data from your eWallet alongside other sources, without the risk of human error that comes with manual imports. The familiar spreadsheet interface of Sourcetable makes querying your data straightforward, thus enhancing your automation and business intelligence capabilities.

    Common Use Cases

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      Transferring eWallet information to another password manager
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      Creating a backup of eWallet data in a more universal format
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      Facilitating the sharing of eWallet data with a trusted party for collaborative management

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I export my eWallet data to a CSV file?

    You can export your eWallet data to a CSV file by using the 'Save As...' function.

    Is it secure to export eWallet data to a CSV file?

    No, exporting eWallet data to a CSV file is not secure.

    Can I import a CSV file back into eWallet after exporting?

    No, eWallet does not allow importing data from a text file.

    Does eWallet recommend exporting data to a CSV file?

    No, eWallet does not recommend exporting data because it is not secure.


    While eWallet secures your data within its service, it does not offer a direct way to export to Bitwarden, necessitating a workaround. By using the Save As... option, you can begin the process of exporting your data. However, to ensure a full export to Bitwarden, consider exporting your eWallet data to a platform like KeePass or 1Password first. For those inclined to technical solutions, the eWallet Converter script, compatible with both OS X and Windows, can be found at the AgileBits forum. This script will convert your eWallet data into a CSV or 1PIF file, which requires the JSON-XS module to run. It is advisable to test the script on a test vault before full usage. As a more streamlined alternative to exporting to CSV, consider using Sourcetable, which allows you to import your data directly into a spreadsheet. Sign up for Sourcetable to get started and simplify your data management today.

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