Setting up a Password Manager Isn’t as Hard as You Think
Here’s how to move saved passwords around
Congratulations, you've decided to use a password manager to save and autofill your online passwords. But that's only half the battle — you've still got to get all those passwords into the manager tool, reset any duplicates and check for stolen credentials.
Don’t panic, though: You don’t have to do it all at once.
Taking care of your passwords is sort of like taking care of your teeth, says Derek Snyder, the chief product officer at password manager company Dashlane. Just like regular cleanings are better than a root canal, a slow-and-steady approach is better than an all-at-once password apocalypse.
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