I’ve signed up using the family plan, and have migrated myself over from LastPass. It took me a fair bit of work and time to get myself completely settled in to Bitwarden, but that was more a matter of the sorry state of my LastPass vault than it was any failing of Bitwarden itself.
My next task is to move my wife over. She is not very technically savvy, and fairly phobic when it comes to technology. She is in no way capable of migrating her own LastPass stuff over by herself, and from a quick look at the state of her LastPass vault–well, let’s just say that it’s gonna be some tough sledding for whoever will be performing the migration…
…which, realistically, is going to have to be me.
As an additional challenge, I will have extremely-limited access to her computer, as she uses it most days and evenings for her day job as well as her personal projects after-hours.
Here’s my thinking about how best to approach this:
On my computer, I would set up an organization, and configure it to give me full read/write/delete access to every entry in it.
From her computer, I would export the contents of her LastPass vault, and import it into Bitwarden.
I would then go back to my own computer and start trudging through all her entries, securing things as I go.
I can then–from her computer–move her entries back out of the organization and into her personal vault.
During this time I can work with her to get her comfortable with the Bitwarden way of manually filling login fields. At some point she’ll have to learn how to handle password changes, but we can cross that bridge when we come to it.
Does all this seem like a reasonable approach? I’d greatly appreciate any and all feedback. Thanks for your time!