Dashlane displays small versions of our company logo whenever a field on a website can be autofilled or saved. The color of the Dashlane D logo lets you know what your next step can be.
A gray Dashlane D logo
A gray Dashlane D logo means that we have detected the field, but that we do not see the appropriate data in your Dashlane account to fill it.
If you have an existing account on this website and want Dashlane to remember your credential, fill out your login and password and click enter to log in. Dashlane will ask if you would like to save these as a new credential, so that it will be filled automatically the next time you want to log in to this website.
A dark green Dashlane D logo
A dark green D logo means that we have detected a field, and that you have data stored in your Dashlane account to fill it. Just click on one of the login fields and choose the credential you want to use.
If it's a login form, Dashlane can automatically log you in.
If it's a registration form, Dashlane can fill it with the data you have entered into Dashlane.
If it's a password field to register on a site or change your password, click on the field and you will see a button appear to generate a new password. Dashlane will fill out and confirm the new password.
In short, a dark green Dashlane D logo means "Dashlane has the information," and a gray Dashlane D logo means "Dashlane does not yet have this information."
If Dashlane can autofill your login, but shows a gray Dashlane D logo for your password, select one of your email addresses or usernames in the first field, fill in your password manually in the second field and log in. Dashlane will then prompt you to decide whether you want to save this password or not.