This article is about editing the logins and passwords for your accounts on a computer.
You can use Dashlane to help you make strong, unique passwords.
As a person with a free account, you can have up to 50 accounts in your Dashlane Vault. As a person subscribing to a paid plan, you can store an unlimited number of accounts in your Dashlane Vault.
Edit your logins and passwords on the web app
- Select the Dashlane D icon in your browser, log in if needed, and select Open the web app.
- Select an account to open it, and then edit any field. Selecting the password field might prompt you for your Master Password.
You can edit the following fields:
- Email: Many websites use your email to log in, but some use a separate username.
- Login: The "username" for your account if the website doesn't use your email.
- Password: The secret string of characters you use to authenticate your access.
Security code: The security code you need to enter at login when you've turned on 2FA for this account and use Dashlane as the authentication provider.
2FA using Dashlane
- Website: The address for the website that corresponds to this account.
- Name: The name for this account in your Passwords list.
- Category: The category assigned to the account. For example, Business.
Space: If you belong to a Dashlane for Business plan, you can use spaces to separate work and personal data.
Introduction to Spaces
- Note: The place to store any other information you want to include with this account.
In this same window, you have a few more options available:
- Automatically log me into this website: When turned on, Dashlane automatically logs you in when you visit this website.
Only autofill on exact URL: When turned on, Dashlane won't suggest this account for autofill on associated domains.
Manage website subdomains
- Require Master Password: When turned on, you must enter your Master Password each time you use this account. Once you've entered your Master Password to show this account, you won't have to enter it again for the next 5 minutes.
Share: Share an account with another person using Dashlane.