Dashlane interacts with your browser and displays impalas, our mascot, whenever a field on a web site can be saved or filled. The color of the impala depends on few factors.
A gray impala
A gray impala 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, fill the two fields displaying the gray impalas with your login and password, and click enter to log in. Dashlane will then ask you to save these as a new credential in your encrypted data, so they will be filled automatically next time you visit this website and want to log in.
A blue impala
A blue impala means that we have detected a field, and that you have data stored in your Dashlane account to fill it!
Simply click on the login fields and choose the credential you want to use.
If it's a login form, Dashlane will automatically log you in.
If it's a registration form, Dashlane will be able to fill it with your existing data.
If it's a password field to register on a site or change your password, then 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 blue impala means "Dashlane has the information," and a grey impala means "Dashlane does not yet have this information."
If you have an existing account on a web site that shows a grey impala in the password field, select one of your e-mail addresses or your username in the first field, fill 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.