Everything you saved in 1Password can be imported into Dashlane: Logins, IDs, secure notes, credit cards, passports, profiles, emails, software licenses, etc.
You can import your 1Password data into Dashlane only if you are running Windows or macOS on your desktop device.
When following this process, if you are told that Dashlane could not find any passwords to import, please contact our support team.
How to import from 1Password to Dashlane on Windows
On Windows 10, 1Password gives you two options to export your data: .csv and .txt.
Open 1Password and select the items you want to export. If you wish to select multiple items, hold down the Ctrl key and click on them. If you want to select all of the items press Ctrl + a after clicking one of the items in the list. Right-click the selected item(s) and choose Export.
Choose to save your data as a "Comma-separated values" (.csv) file.
Enter a filename and click Save.
Then, open Dashlane and select the 1Password import function by going to File > Import > 1Password.
Click Import on the next window. Then select the .csv file that you exported from 1Password and click Open.
How to import from 1Password to Dashlane on Mac
On macOS, you can export your 1Password data in .1pif, .csv and .txt format.
1Password Interchange Format (.1pif) is a proprietary export of 1Password. It is not yet available in 1Password 7 for Windows.
Open 1Password and click on File > Export > All items.
Choose a location and file name for the 1pif file.
Open Dashlane and select the 1Password import function by going to
File > Import > 1Password.
Click Import on the next window. Then select the 1pif file that you exported from 1Password and click Open.
The import window will open and enable you to select the passwords to import. You can uncheck the box at the start of the row if you do not wish to import a specific password. When you are done, click Import to import all selected passwords.
Note that you won't see your other items in this window (e.g., your credit cards, notes, IDs) but they will still import into Dashlane once you click on Import.
If an item does not match any of the sections in Dashlane, it will be saved by default in a separate note in the Secure Notes. For example, if you had credentials in the Membership, Outdoor License, Reward Program, Software License data sections in 1Password, Dashlane will create a note for each one of them in the Secure Notes (i.e a note labeled Membership, Outdoor License, etc.)
Finally, remember to to delete the unsecured file that you exported from 1Password when you are done, as it contains your unencrypted passwords!