To use the export function, please go to the Dashlane application, and click on the menu File > Export.
Remember that JSON, Excel and CSV exports are not a secure way to backup your data. We strongly recommend that you delete these exports as soon as you are done with them.
Also, please keep in mind that if your account is associated to a Dashlane Business account with Smart Space Management enabled, then all your passwords that are enforced under the company Space will not be exported. Do not hesitate to check our page Smart Space Management if you want to know more about that feature.
Known issue on Excel for Windows
If you want to export your data to Excel on Windows, you may get a message warning you that the file format and extension don't match. If this happens, just click Yes and continue. The Excel file will still open and you will have access to your data.
Export your data to Apple Numbers or to any other spreadsheet application
Although Numbers is not officially supported, you will be able to export your data to a new document following this quick guide:
- In Dashlane, click on File > Export and choose Unsecured archive (readable) in CSV format
- Open the newly created file using a text editor (like TextEdit on a Mac or Notepad on Windows),
- Replace all "," by ";" including the quotes, in case some of your credentials contain commas or semi-colons. To do this, use the Replace feature of the editor (Ctrl+H on Notepad; ⌘+F on TextEdit),
- Save this file and make sure that its extension is CSV and not TXT
- Now open this file directly in Numbers and all your data should display properly.
This will also work with any other spreadsheet application able to open CSV files.