But to edit my LastPass passwords list, I have to do way too many clicks. Especially when it has remembered many passwords for different servers on the same domain, but it just distinguishes them by (2) (3) (4) etc. instead of by server name or URL.

So...is there any way to get like a "table" of my LastPass password that shows me the full URL each is associated with, the username, and the password, all in one view, so I can know what the (2) (3) (4) are without clicking through?

Even if I can't edit from such a table that would be great. But if it were also possible to bulk apply settings e.g. autofill, autologin etc., that would also be very helpful. Thanks! PS I'm using LastPass on Google Chrome 6 on Mac OS X--not sure if that matters.

  • To any moderator, I've flagged this as perhaps belonging on webapps since it has no answers here after so many months? Not sure which category LastPass falls under; my apologies if this post is misplaced or if I misflagged it.... – Philip Jun 22 '11 at 14:19
  • the question is on topic - perhaps back then there was no way to get an export. – Sathyajith Bhat Jun 23 '11 at 3:52

LastPass Chrome extension comes with an export feature, you can find it under LastPass -> Tools -> Export To. Select "LastPass" CSV.

The first row indicates the order of the columns


Once you've exported the CSV - you an open it in Excel, edit it to whatever you want & reimport it back into LastPass

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  • I am 90% sure the Firefox plugin has the import/export feature too. – Scott Chamberlain Jun 22 '11 at 14:48
  • @ScottChamberlain Indeed - I mentioned Chrome Extension specifically since @Philip had mentioned he uses CHrome – Sathyajith Bhat Jun 22 '11 at 14:50
  • sounds perfect; I'll give it a try and report back! Thanks! – Philip Jun 22 '11 at 19:41
  • @Philip you're welcome, do keep us updated – Sathyajith Bhat Jun 23 '11 at 3:52

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