Before you import your records from LastPass, make sure you've created your teams in TeamsID. That way, when you import your records, those records will be mapped to their respective teams.
After you've created your teams, you're ready to edit your exported LastPass CSV file. Use Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel to edit the CSV files easily.
1. Do not change the existing column headers in your exported LastPass CSV file.
2. Add extra columns at the end if you'd like the records to be assigned to teams. These columns will need some unique name in the header, you can follow our example with Team1, Team2, Team3, etc. In these columns you'll add the names of the teams you'd like the record to be added to. Make sure these names match the team names you created in TeamsID. If you do not want to assign a record to a team, leave the columns blank.
After you've saved your updated LastPass CSV file, you're ready to import your records into TeamsID.
1. Start by clicking on the settings icon next to your organization's logo on the far left column of your TeamsID dashboard. Once clicked, you'll be sent to your Organization Settings. Click on the Export/Import tab.
2. Choose the Import LastPass Records box as shown below and upload your updated LastPass CSV file.
Congratulations! You have successfully imported your LastPass team records into TeamsID!
There is no need to further edit the file you exported from LastPass. You can directly import the LastPass export CSV file into TeamsID. All the imported records will go to your ‘My Records’ in your TeamsID.