With Password Changer, you can either change a single password directly from your Passwords section or change multiple passwords at once using the Password Changer window.
Remember, the feature is currently only available on Windows and Mac OS X. For general information about what Password Changer is and how it works, see here, and see our FAQ if you have any questions.
Changing a single password using Password Changer
- Open Dashlane, and select the Passwords section in the left-hand side menu.
- Hover over the credential you want to auto-change to see the actions available for that credential.
- If you see the Password Changer icon, it means you can auto-change the password for this site. In this case, click Auto-change password and confirm.
If you don't see this option for this site, it means that Dashlane cannot automatically change this password, and you will need to visit the site and change it manually.
Changing multiple passwords using Password Changer
To open the Password Changer window:
- Open Dashlane, and select the Passwords section in the left-hand side menu
- Click the Password Changer button to the right of the green Add new button
Alternatively, you can select Password Changer under the Tools menu.
This opens the Password Changer window, where you can either click on Change now to change the password for a single site, or tick as many boxes as you wish to the right of each row to select and auto-change multiple passwords at the same time. Then click the green Change (number) password(s) button at the top of the window.
Using Password History to retrieve generated passwords
The Password History tool can be used to find all of passwords that were previously generated by Password Changer or saved in your credentials. Note that the passwords will appear in the list under the date on which they have been generated, and not the date on which the password was changed.
You can have a look at this article to learn how to check and retrieve your passwords through Password History.
If that doesn't work, please contact us here to let us know on which site it happens exactly (please include the website address), and what operating system you're on, so we can have it fixed. And please do not hesitate to contact us about sites that are not yet supported.
And remember, if you're having technical difficulties with Password Changer, check our FAQ about Password Changer. There's a fair chance your question has already been answered there!