How to Import Passwords into Opera: A Step-by-Step Guide

In the Opera search field, enter opera://settings/importData or choose Settings and type import in the search bar. Select the source browser from the drop-down menu. Select the items you want to import, including history, favorites/bookmarks, cookies, and saved passwords.

If you’ve been using Opera browser for a while, you may have noticed that the option to import passwords from other browsers into Opera seems to have disappeared from the experiments page. This has left many users frustrated and wondering how they can import their passwords into Opera.

In this post, we’ll show you how to get around this issue and import your passwords into Opera in just a few simple steps.

Step 1: Find Your Opera Browser Installation Path

The first thing you need to do is find your Opera browser installation path. To do this, use the link provided in the description and copy it into your browser. This will take you to a page where you can see your Opera version and other details.

Copy your installation path, as you’ll need it later in the process.

Step 2: Close All Opera Tasks

Before proceeding, make sure you close all Opera tasks running in the background. You can do this by opening the task manager and ending all tasks related to Opera.

Step 3: Open Command Prompt

Next, open the command prompt by using the Windows and X key to pull up the menu. From there, type in “cmd” to open the command prompt.

Step 4: Type in the Command

Type in the following command into the command prompt:

replace your-opera-installation-path-herelauncher.exe –enable-features=PasswordImport

Make sure to replace “your-opera-installation-path-here” with the installation path you copied earlier.

Step 5: Launch Opera

Copy and paste the command into the command prompt and hit enter. This will relaunch Opera with the password import feature enabled.

Step 6: Import Your Passwords

Once Opera has relaunched, click on the three dots icon and select “Import.” This will allow you to import your passwords into Opera using a CSV file that you’ve exported from another browser.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully imported your passwords into Opera. We hope this guide has been helpful to you.


Can you transfer passwords from Chrome to Opera?
Sync your data Tap the Opera icon in the bottom right corner. Tap Settings, then Sync and backup, and scan the QR Code in your desktop browser to sync your passwords, bookmarks, tabs, and more.
How do I import passwords from CSV to Opera GX?
Launch your Opera browser and click on Settings (the geared wheel), which is in the left-hand menu. ... In Settings, click on Advanced - Privacy &, Security and under the Autofill go to Passwords. ... At this step, it should prompt you to enter your computer password to allow the export.More items...