There are three, simple ways to use Dashlane’s powerful auto-login feature, so you never have to type your passwords again. You'll spend less time logging into your accounts and more time getting things done.
If you're on a mobile device, the process works a little differently. Please visit our pages for Android or iOS users to learn more.
For Dashlane's auto-login to work, your Dashlane browser extension needs to be installed and enabled. If you do not have it or aren't sure, find where to get it here.
The three ways to use Dashlane's auto-login feature
1. Going to your website normally
Navigate as you normally would to the website where you want to log in.
If you have a password saved for that website, depending on your settings, Dashlane will automatically log you in.
Otherwise, look for the small Dashlane D icons in the login fields, as in the example below (if the Dashlane D icon is gray you’re logged out or do not have that credential saved yet). When you click into a field, Dashlane will display a drop-down list for you to choose the credential you want to use.
Once you've selected the login you want, we'll autofill the password and log you in.
If you're having an issue, check out our troubleshooting page.
2. Accessing the website from the Dashlane extension
In your browser, click on the Dashlane extension icon. This will open a window in which you can locate and click on the website you want to visit. This will open up the website saved for that credential and log you in automatically.
If you have multiple accounts, Dashlane will ask which one you want to use, and Dashlane will log you in on the account you choose.
3. Accessing the website directly from the Dashlane app
Go to your Passwords section, find the site you want to log in to and click on the small square icon with an arrow as in the example below to open the website.
Quick tip: When you search for credential in the search bar, you can also open the website directly from the search results.