Manage Virtual Browser Profiles (Workspace, Import, Export)

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Kameleo Virtual Browser Profiles are stored locally on your computer in Kameleo's workspace folder. A Virtual Browser Profile contains all browser fingerprint configurations, so once the profile is reused, you can emulate the same browser fingerprint as before. And it also contains all the related browsing data such as cookies, passwords, browsing history, add-ons, bookmarks, etc. With this solution, you can always continue your work where you just stopped. You can also add names, tags, and notes to the virtual browser profiles.

Once you want to share your work with your co-workers, you can export the virtual browser profiles to a .kameleo file. Your colleagues can import these ~10 MB-sized files. So they can continue the work right where you just stopped.

Soon, we will also introduce cloud storage, so storing and sharing virtual browser profiles will be easier.

The following video showcases an older version of Kameleo, where saving and loading profiles had to be done manually. However, this video is a nice representation of the Import and Export features.


Exporting a Virtual Browser Profile

For exporting the Virtual Browser Profile, simply click Export on the context menu of a profile. The default file name will be derived from the Virtual Browser Profile's name.


If you are working alone on the same PC each time, it is not mandatory to Export Virtual Browser Profiles. You can continue your work, as they are stored in Kameleo's workspace folder. Export is more like a "backup" or a "sharing" option.

Import a Virtual Browser Profile

You can easily import some exported .kameleo files. Just click on the Import Profile menu on the dashboard and select the required files. You can also drag and drop the files and import several ones at a time.


Workspace folder

Since Kameleo v3.0, all the Virtual Browser Profiles are stored locally in Kameleo's workspace folder. By default, this can be found on


Modifying these files is not recommended. However, if you would like to delete everything, related to Kameleo, or just simply clean your workspace, you can delete these files once Kameleo is closed.

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