How does the function for filling Dashlanes forms work

Here's how you can use Dashlane

You have just created your Dashlane account. Let's take a look at the basics of Dashlane to get you set up easier.

Note: If you are setting up Dashlane with a Chromebook or Linux, please click here.

1. Save your passwords in Dashlane

When you set up your Dashlane account, you don't have to add all of your passwords right away. Here are a few ways you can quickly import passwords that you have saved elsewhere. You can add your most frequently used passwords by using any or all of the methods described below.

Option 1: save passwords while browsing

Are you using a mobile device? If so, you will find that the process works a little differently here. Please visit our pages for Android or iOS users to find out more.

Make sure the Dashlane extension is installed in your browser and you are signed in to Dashlane. If you're using Chrome, Firefox, or Edge, Dashlane's D logo will be dark green. In the Safari browser, the Dashlane icon should appear dark gray.

If you are not sure if you have the extension or if it is not working properly, please click here.

Surf the web and log in as you normally would. Once you have set up the extension, you will be asked each time you log in to a website that is not yet saved in Dashlane whether you would like Dashlane to save this password for future use.

Click Save when Dashlane askswhether you want to save your password. The next time you can log in automatically via Dashlane.

Note: If you log in to an account with a different password than the one saved on Dashlane, you will be asked if you want to replace the password in Dashlane. This ensures that you always have the correct passwords saved in Dashlane (especially if you ever reset them).


Option 2: Import saved passwords from your browser or another password manager

On Windows

The first time you log into your Dashlane account, you will see an option to automatically import passwords that are stored in your browser. If desired, they can also be imported manually.

  1. Open the Dashlane application from the Windows Start menu (or via the Dashlane shortcut on the desktop)
  2. Click on in the menu bar file > Import

On macOS

  1. Open the Dashlane application from your Applications folder (or from the Dock, Launchpad, or Spotlight)
  2. Click on in the menu barfile > Import
  3. Then choose which browser you want to import credentials from. You can also use this menu to import data from other password managers.

iOS and Android

Unfortunately, no data can be imported from iOS or Android browsers at the moment. If you want to import data from browsers, other applications, or CSV files, you must do so through Dashlane on Windows or macOS.

You can import passwords at any time during your premium trial. Otherwise, this option will not appear in free Dashlane accounts as they are limited to 50 saved passwords. When using Dashlane Premium or Premium Plus, there is no limit to the number of passwords you can save.

Option 3: add passwords manually

Open your Dashlane application and select from the menu on the leftPasswords out.

click on Add new password or tap +when using the mobile app.

Enter your login data in the fields provided. You should see the fields WebsiteLog in andpassword fill in as these are required to sign in to an account.

Click to save OK.

If you would like to learn more about how to add and manage passwords, please click here.

2. Register automatically on the Internet and fill out forms

Before we can go any further you need to make sure your Dashlane browser extension is installed and activated for everything to work. If you are not sure if this is the case, you can download it here.

The process works a little differently on mobile devices. Please visit our pages for Android or iOS to find out more.

Register with one click

Now that you have added all of your Dashlane access data, you can log into all of your accounts on the Internet with one click.

When you visit a website, look for Dashlane's dark green D logo in the login fields. (If the Dashlane logo is gray, you are logged out or you have not yet saved your login information).

When you click in a field, Dashlane displays a drop-down list from which you can select the access data you want to use.

After you have selected the desired login, we will automatically fill in the associated password. For example, click the Username field, choose your email address or username, and leave the rest to us.

To learn more about how to log into websites using Dashlane, please click here. For more information on how to fill out forms with Dashlane, please click here.

Fill out forms with one click

Tired of filling out registration forms for every website you log into? Dashlane does it for you.

Simply click in a field and select a saved profileyou want to use to fill out the form.

Dashlane will recognize the fields and fill them in automatically with your data. If nothing appears, you are probably signed out or need to add information in the Personal Information tab or in the vault area of ​​your Dashlane app.

For more information on how to fill out forms with Dashlane, please click here.

3. Instantly sync passwords across all devices

When you connect Dashlane to all of your devices, you can access, add and manage credentials anywhere, from any device. Click below to use Dashlane on your chosen devices.

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Please note that synchronization is only available for Premium and Business plans or corresponding trial versions. You can find more information about syncing your Dashlane data here.

4. Manage and monitor password strength

Vulnerability warnings

Unfortunately, data leakage is a common phenomenon. We think you should know immediately if your account could be compromised.

We'll send you a warning if an account you've saved in Dashlane has been hacked. In it, we ask you to change the password for this account and all other accounts that use the same or a similar password. You can learn more about these types of warnings here.


Update weak or reused passwords

You can make the Internet more convenient and safer for yourself. Update weak or reused passwords and let Dashlane store all of your complex one-time passwords from all of your accounts. We have a few tools that make this easy.

  • With the Password changeryou can automatically change passwords for compatible accounts in seconds.
  • When you create a new account, Dashlane will automatically suggest the Password generator to use. With it you can generate new, unique passwords that you don't have to remember yourself. You can also use it to create passwords for existing accounts.
  • Under Password Integrity you get both a total and a breakdown of all compromised, re-used and weak passwords.

For more information, see How to Use Dashlane to Find Out How Safe You Are.