You can export all your Dashlane data to a CSV file. CSV files aren't encrypted, and others can read them. Delete the CSV file from your device after you're done using it.
If you're trying to back up your data or change Dashlane accounts, use a secure DASH file instead. If you want to share a login or another item saved in Dashlane, share directly from the Dashlane app, which is more secure than exporting your data.
After you export, you can find the CSV files within a ZIP file in your computer's "Downloads" folder or your default download location.
Move your Dashlane data using a CSV file
You can export CSV files in the web app only. You can't export CSV files with the Android, iOS (Apple), or macOS app. If you have Apple devices, use the web app in a browser like Chrome or Firefox to export your data.
Important: If you're a Dashlane Starter, Team, or Business plan member, your plan admin might have restricted your ability to export all or some logins. Contact your plan admin.
If you're a plan admin, you can allow all exports by going to the Admin Console and selecting Settings and then Policies. If your plan has Spaces, turn off Move company items to Business Space. If your plan doesn't have Spaces, turn on Allow Export.
- In the My account menu of the web app, select Settings and then Export Data.
- Enter your Master Password if asked and select Unlock.
- Select Export to CSV. If you have Dashlane through work and your plan admin has turned on Smart Space Management, a message appears asking you to move personal items from your Business Space to your Personal Space. Move any personal items to your Personal Space.
- Select Continue. Dashlane downloads a ZIP file to your computer's "Downloads" folder or your default download location.
When you open the ZIP file, you'll see separate CSV files for logins and passwords, IDs, payment information, personal information, and Secure Notes. The login and password file doesn't include items shared with limited rights.
You can import the CSV files into another Dashlane account or another password manager. If you need to review the contents, you can open the CSV files with a spreadsheet program like Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel.
Important: We recommend deleting the ZIP file and all the CSV files from your device when you're done using them. If you need to store a CSV file of your Dashlane data, use a USB drive and store the drive in a safe location.