Dashlane is designed to make your life online both easier and more secure. By default, Dashlane will log you in automatically to the sites you use. But if you don't want it to or you encounter an error, you can turn off the auto-login feature for specific websites. Here's how.
How to disable auto-login for a specific login
Go to the login you want to change and turn off Automatically log me in to this website.
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 might not be able to detect the fields needed to successfully log you in or might redirect you to the wrong part of a website.
If this happens, do the following:
- Open the login 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.
- 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 don't want to, turn off Automatically log me in to this website. Try again if the website updates its interface.
Dashlane will not auto-login or autofill HTTP websites
As a security measure, Dashlane will never automatically log you in or autofill a webpage using HTTP. It will only do so on pages using HTTPS.
Most websites have adopted the HTTPS standard, but if you notice Dashlane refusing to log you in automatically on an HTTP page, remember that it's by design!