2.26.1. to KeyReel JSON-file

To import Credentials from KeyReel Password Vault to a JSON-file you have to go through these steps:

Run Export within the KeyReel Mac App (click the Export… menu item, select “KeyReel JSON” from the destination list, then press ThreeDotsButton.

Step #1: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

Now select a folder and a filename of the exported file. Be sure you keep the json file’s extension untouched. It will later help you import this file quicker and easier. After selecting filename and the destination folder press the Save button:

Step #2: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

To start export press Continue:

Step #3: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

Approval request will be sent to your iPhone:

Step #4: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

Now check your phone and tap Approve importing or Deny it. After tapping the Approve button you have to confirm your PIN-code:

Step #5: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

Now the export begins so you simply have to wait a while until it’s finished:

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Step #7: How to Export Credentials to KeyReel JSON-file to the KeyReel Password Vault

Now you have you KeyReel Password Vault exported on your computer. You can import saved KeyReel JSON-file, e.g. during KeyReel Password Vault reinstallation.

Caution

Remember, that imported file is fully unprotected! It means that it contains all your logins and passwords visible to all who have an access to the file. Keep this file in a safe place or, if you use it for transfering credentials to other password manager, delete it right after finishing all operations with it.