Please note that automatic login and password learning are only available on Windows and MacOS.
- Disable automatic login for one or more credentials
- Disable automatic login for all future credentials that will be saved in Dashlane
- What can I do if Dashlane redirects to a wrong page or gets stuck when signing in?
- Why is Dashlane still automatically logging me in even though I've unchecked the option?
Disable automatic login for one or more credentials
If you want to prevent Dashlane from automatically signing you in to a specific website, open Dashlane and search for your credential in the Passwords section.
Open the credential details by double-clicking on the credential or by clicking the three dot icon you see when hovering over the credential and selecting Edit item.
Click on More options and make sure that the section "Always log me in to the website" is not checked.
Click OK and Dashlane will save the change, and will also apply it to any other credential you have that is connected to the same website.
On Windows and macOS, you can change the auto-login option for multiple credentials by selecting them all first and right-clicking on one of them. Then hover over the "Enable auto-login" section and click Yes or No.
Disable automatic login for all future credentials that will be saved in Dashlane
Auto-login is enabled by default for all new credentials. To disable this option:
On Windows, open the application and disable the automatic login box from the menu Tools > Preferences > General > Auto-login. Then make sure that the box next to "Save passwords with auto-login option by default" is not checked.
On macOS, open the application and select Dashlane > Preferences in the menu bar at the top of the screen. Then go to General > Auto-login. Then make sure that the section "Save passwords with auto-login option by default" is not checked.
What can I do if Dashlane redirects to a wrong page or gets stuck when signing in?
Depending on how the website is designed, Dashlane might not properly detect that you are already logged in to your account and try to log you in again, or else not detect the correct page and redirect you to the wrong part of the website.
If this happens, first open the credential details and check that the website URL is correct.
To edit it, copy and paste the exact URL address of the login form page into the "Website" field. Then click OK to save the change, then open the website again.
If the automatic login still does not work the way that you expect it to work, or if Dashlane still tries to log you in when you do not want to, you may want to double-check that the option "Always log me into the website" for this credential is disabled.
Why is Dashlane still logging me in even though I've unchecked the option?
It depends on how you're going to your sites. If you're going to them from within the Dashlane application (or from the browser extension), then you will be automatically logged in. This is by design.
Otherwise, you need to type the address of the site in your browser to go to that site without being logged in by Dashlane. It will just fill in your login details but you will need to click on the Log in button on the site.