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Export Keeper to CSV

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    Welcome to our comprehensive guide on exporting your Keeper data to CSV format, a valuable tool for enhancing data portability and facilitating a seamless integration into spreadsheet applications, where you can organize, analyze, and share your Keeper records with ease. On this page, we will delve into the essence of Keeper, provide step-by-step instructions on how to export your data to a CSV file, explore various use cases for the CSV export functionality, introduce Sourcetable as a compelling alternative to traditional CSV exports, and address frequently asked questions about the export process. Whether you're looking to back up your records, streamline record management, or collaborate more effectively, our guide is here to assist you in leveraging Keeper's export capabilities to the fullest.

    What is Keeper?

    Keeper is a password manager and cybersecurity platform that provides robust protection for individuals and businesses. It is designed to prevent data breaches by securely managing passwords and sensitive information. With millions of personal users and thousands of companies relying on its services, Keeper has established itself as a critical tool for cyber defense.

    The software features role-based access control, allowing organizations to define user permissions meticulously. Keeper not only safeguards passwords but also generates high-strength ones, mitigates risks through secure password sharing, and organizes critical data within shared team folders. These folders come with restrictions to ensure that users can only perform certain actions, enhancing security and collaboration.

    Keeper extends its capabilities to monitoring with detailed tracking of all user activities, providing visibility and control over employee password habits. It also offers granular notifications and reporting, ensuring that administrators stay informed of all events within the system. Additionally, Keeper integrates seamlessly with Identity and Access Management (IAM) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions, further solidifying its position as a comprehensive cybersecurity platform.

    How to Export Keeper to a CSV File

    Exporting through Settings

    To export your data from Keeper to a CSV file, start by navigating to the Settings within the application. Look for the 'Export Options' and select this to proceed. When presented with format choices, choose 'CSV' as your desired export format. Completing this process will generate a CSV file that encapsulates your Folders, Subfolders, and Shared Folders. This file can then be used for importing and exporting data with Keeper.

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    Streamline Your Data Management with Sourcetable

    Instead of the traditional, multi-step process of exporting your Keeper data to a CSV file and then importing it into another spreadsheet program, you can simplify your workflow with Sourcetable. With its ability to sync your live data from a wide array of apps and databases, Sourcetable eliminates the need for manual data transfers and the potential errors that come with it. By directly importing your Keeper data into Sourcetable, you gain immediate access to up-to-date information without the hassle.

    Sourcetable offers a seamless experience that enhances automation and fosters more efficient business intelligence practices. Its user-friendly spreadsheet interface allows you to effortlessly query and manipulate your data, making it an invaluable tool for anyone looking to optimize their data management. Embrace the power of Sourcetable and turn your focus to analysis and insights, rather than the mundane task of data exporting and importing.

    Common Use Cases

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      Bulk update of records

    Frequently Asked Questions

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

    Export is located under Settings Export Options. You can use this feature to export your folders, subfolders, shared folders, and other credentials in a CSV format.

    What is the structure of the Keeper CSV file format?

    The CSV format is structured as Folder, Title, Login, Password, Website Address, Notes, Shared Folder, Custom Fields.

    Can all users export their data from Keeper?

    For consumer accounts, all users can export their data. For enterprise accounts, the ability to export may be restricted by the Keeper Administrator and role policies must allow export.

    Can I use the exported CSV file with other tools?

    Yes, the CSV file can be imported and exported using Keeper's import tools and the Keeper Commander CLI.

    Does the CSV format support folders and shared folders?

    Yes, Keeper's CSV format supports Folders, Subfolders, and Shared Folders.


    In summary, exporting your data from Keeper to a CSV file is a straightforward process that ensures all your Folders, Subfolders, and Shared Folders are neatly organized in the familiar CSV format, which includes columns for Folder, Title, Login, Password, Website Address, Notes, Shared Folder, and Custom Fields. This file can then be easily imported back into Keeper whenever necessary. However, if you're looking to streamline this process and manage your data more efficiently, consider using Sourcetable to import your data directly into a spreadsheet. Sign up for Sourcetable today to get started and take your data management to the next level.

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