Dashlane is designed to make your life online at once easier and more secure. By default, Dashlane will automatically log you in to the sites you use. But if you don't want Dashlane to automatically sign you in or encounter an error, the auto-login feature can be disabled for specific websites. Here's how.
How to disable auto-login for a specific credential
On desktop, go to the credential you want to change. Click on More options and make sure that "Always log me in to the website" is un-checked. Click Save to save the change.
On mobile, tap to edit the credential you want to change. Look for Auto-login and turn this option off. Tap on Done or the checkmark icon to save the change you just made.
The image here is from our web app, but the steps are identical on all platforms.
In our desktop app for Windows and macOS, you can edit multiple credentials at the same time by selecting them, then right-clicking on any one of them. In this case, hover over "Enable auto-login" and click No.
What can I do if Dashlane redirects to the wrong page or gets stuck when logging me in?
Depending on how the website is designed, Dashlane may not be able to detect the necessary fields to successfully log you in automatically, or may redirect you to the wrong part of a website.
If this happens, first open the credential details and check that the website URL is correct. Copy and paste the exact URL address of the login page into the "Website" field. Click Save to save the change, then open the website again.
If the automatic login still does not work as expected, or if Dashlane still tries to log you in when you do not want to, you'll want to disable the option "Always log me into the website" for this credential. Try again if the website updates its interface, and failing using the auto-login, you can still go on using Dashlane's autofill capability.
Dashlane will not auto-login or autofill HTTP websites
As a security measure, Dashlane will never automatically log you in on, nor even autofill, a webpage using HTTP. It will only do so on pages using HTTPS.
The vast majority of websites have adopted the HTTPS standard, but if you notice Dashlane is refusing to automatically log you in on an HTTP page, remember that it's by design!