How to Import from LastPass

Last Updated: Oct 22, 2013 07:49PM EDT

Everything you save in LastPass can be imported into Dashlane : Passwords, IDs, Notes, Credit cards, Passports, Profiles, Emails, etc...

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  1. How to import from Lastpass
  2. If you can't get a CSV file from LastPass
  3. If Dashlane does not find anything to import

How to import from LastPass to Dashlane

There are two steps to importing your data from LastPass into Dashlane

Step 1. Importing passwords, credit cards, IDs, notes and all other data that isn't in the Form Filling Profiles section

Click on the LastPass plug-in icon from your browser and select Tools > Export To > LastPass CSV file in the menu

Enter your LastPass password

Choose a location and file name for the CSV file then click Save. Make sure you do not remove the .csv extension when changing the name of the file

Select the LastPass import function in Dashlane by going to File > Import > LastPass in the menu

Lastly, select your exported .csv file and click open

Here, Dashlane tells you how many passwords and other types of data (IDs, notes, credit cards, etc) have been successfully imported into Dashlane. The other items will be found in the various sections in Dashlane. Credit cards will appear in the Payments section, for example.

NOTE: if Dashlane can't place an element in one of the sections, then it will place if by default in the Secure Notes section. Please check here for your data.

Step 2. Importing your Form Filling Profiles

Click on the LastPass plug-in icon from your browser and select Tools > Export To > Form Fill Profiles in the menu.

Choose a location and file name for the CSV file then click Save. Make sure you do not remove the .csv extension when changing the name of the file.

Dashlane will tell you how many form fill profiles it managed to import on this window. Click on Import.

​Then you will find your LastPass form filler profiles in the Contact ​section of Dashlane.

Learn more about the Contact section here

Also, don't forget to delete the unsecured exported file when you are done with it.

If you can't get a CSV file from LastPass

When you go to TOOLS > EXPORT TO > LASTPASS CSV FILE, but instead of letting you save a CSV file, it just opens a new tab in your browser, please try to right click the open tab and save as a CSV file. Or you can copy / paste the text in this tab into Notepad then save it as a CSV file. Then, you should be able to import this into Dashlane.

If Dashlane does not find anything to import

NOTE: If you saved your passwords to LastPass without the url (website address) these passwords will not import to Dashlane you will have to add them to the csv manually so that Dashlane can import the passwords or add them to Lastpass before exporting

Please open your file and check that the first row looks like this:

url,username,password,extra,name,grouping,fav

If you have iterations=500; at the start of the line, please remove the "iterations=500;" from your file, save it and try to import again.

Here is an example of what the first two lines of your file should look like:

url,username,password,extra,name,grouping,fav
www.facebook.com,me@gmail.com,pass1,note,Facebook,Social Media,0

You might also want to try exporting your passwords in Firefox. Some people have reported that it works from this browser, whereas there are problems using Chrome to export your data.

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