How to condition a CSV file?

Hello guys!

Sorry for this “dumb” question. But I really want to migrate from Roboform to Bitwarden, without to loss all my data from years and years using Roboform.

I was taking a look at the below guide:

But don’t understood it. Whas does it means to “condition a CSV”?

I thought I only needed to export a CSV file from my Roboform and import this same file on Bitwarden.

Well, thanks in advance for any help. :slight_smile:

Hello Eduardo (@ewsg) - welcome!

To condition a CSV means to put the columns of data in an order and label them with headers that Bitwarden will recognize. There is no recognized standard format for creating CSV exports among all the password managers, so everyone uses different columns and headers.

But looking at the list of support export formats (see below), it appears that Bitwarden will recognize a Roboform CSV export. Have you tried just importing it without modification yet?


Hello David!

Thank you very much for your support and kindness. :slight_smile:

So, I’ve done what you suggested, and it seems everything worked fine.

I just found it strange that in the Bitwarden’s Roboform CSV import, it mentioned that only Roboform “logins” would be imported.

But after the importing process, I noticed that even my Roboform “safe notes” were imported (as Bitwarden safe notes, properly).

Do you think this was correct, i.e., that I can be sure everything was imported correctly?

Thanks once again!

Glad you got it working Eduardo!

I would double-check the notes to be certain, but if they seem to have imported, my guess is that they will be correct. Cheers!

Thank you very much, David. :wink:

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