A Bookmarklet is a special type of bookmark that executes code on the page you’re viewing. If you are in the situation where you can’t use a LastPass plugin, LastPass Bookmarklets help you access your data easily and securely. You may want to use the Bookmarklets if you have a mobile browser, are traveling, or are using a browser other than Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome.
LastPass has three Bookmarklets: LastPass Login, LastPass Autofill, and LastPass Fill Forms.
To begin, login to your account. On the left menu, click More Options > Advanced > Bookmarklets within expanded menu as shown below.
You can then install the Bookmarklets using the links provided in the dialog box. Follow the instructions for your browser:
Opera: You must right-click the link and bookmark, then set to Show on Personal Bar which is in Details. You may also have to check View -> Toolbars -> Personal Bar, if it isn’t checked already.
Konqueror: Bookmarklets are supported via Minitools. First, you’ll need the konq-plugins package, if you don’t already have it installed. Next, right-click ‘LastPass Login!’ above, and select ‘Copy Link Address’. Then, go to Tools -> Minitools -> Edit Minitools. Click ‘New Bookmark’, and select the newly created bookmark. Type ‘LastPass Login!’ in the Name field, and paste the link you previously copied into the Location field (if http: is pre-populated in the Location field, remove it first). LastPass will now be available via Tools -> Minitools (you may have to restart Konqueror before you see it).
We don’t recommend Bookmarklets in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome, as the LastPass plugin is vastly superior. However, if you can’t install the add-on somewhere or you are traveling, you may want to use them:
Internet Explorer: Make sure Links or Favorites Bar is checked. You may also have to right-click the link and ‘Add to Favorites’, then put it under ‘Links’ or ‘Favorites Bar’.
Firefox: View -> Toolbars -> Bookmarks Toolbar to enable the toolbar.
Safari: You’ll need to click ‘View’, then show the Bookmarks Bar. For the iPhone, store this on your desktop browser and sync it to your iPhone. You may need to click on the device in iTunes, then go to the Info tab and ensure Sync bookmarks with is selected to the browser you saved the Bookmarklet on.
Chrome: Add the Bookmarklets either manually (directions below), or add them from the LastPass App > Menu > Preferences > Install Bookmarklets. Please see the video here on how to use them properly.
For mobile devices, the best option is typically to install the Bookmarklets on your desktop browser and then sync your bookmarks over.
On your mobile device, the page displayed is often different than the non-mobile version, causing LastPass Fill! to not immediately work. You can usually force the fill and save the new copy of this page in LastPass.
The Bookmarklets require cookies; if you are seeing that you’re logged in, you may need to enable 3rd party cookies to LastPass.com.
For security reasons, LastPass Bookmarklets rely on your browser to send referrers, so this must be enabled in your browser’s settings (for most browsers, this is enabled by default).
If you change your LastPass Master Password, you will need to recreate your Bookmarklets: go to your vault > click the arrow next to Tools on the left menu > Bookmarklets > Recreate link.
Bookmarklets in Safari on iOS Devices
This has been deprecated. Bookmarklets in Safari on iOS devices is no longer supported. Please install the LastPass iOS app to login to sites in Safari.
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- Help Center and FAQs
- LastPass Now Free On All Devices
- Getting Started with LastPass
- Downloading and Installing LastPass
- Using LastPass on Your Mobile Device
- LastPass App for Mac OSX
- Navigating the LastPass Browser Extension
- Your LastPass Vault
- Adding & Filling Sites
- Editing an Existing Site Entry and Editing Form Fields
- Importing Passwords
- Account Settings
- Emergency Access
- Browser Extension Preferences
- Sharing & Share Center
- Secure Notes & Attachments
- Generating Secure Passwords
- Using LastPass to Fill Forms
- Protecting Your Account with Multifactor Authentication
- Filling into Windows Applications
- LastPass Security Challenge
- LastPass Credit Monitoring
- LastPass Command Line Application
- LastPass via USB
- Windows 8 Metro
- Uninstalling & Deleting
- Site Map