How to use Dashlane in Safari and Chrome on iOS
Dashlane integrates with Safari and Chrome so that you can autologin and autofill forms as you use your regular iPhone and iPad browsers. In order for Dashlane to work in these browsers, note that you must have already enabled Dashlane to your list of Activities. If you have not yet done so, please refer to this article for more information: How to add Dashlane in your browsers and apps.
Note that for their passwords, users on iOS 12 should see Using Dashlane to autofill with iOS 12 and follow the setup there on how to autofill their passwords in iOS 12. The mechanism for autofilling forms and other personal data remains unchanged.
Logging in to your websites automatically
First, launch either Safari or Chrome, and go to the website you would like Dashlane to log you in to. On the login page, you will have to trigger Dashlane via your browser's Share icon . In Safari, it can be found in the menu located at the bottom of the page. In Chrome, it should either be located at the top right corner of the page next to the main menu, or within the main menu itself (tap on the 3 vertical dots to open the main menu, then tap on the share icon on the left side.)
Then, look for the Dashlane icon in the bottom row and tap on it.
Now, authenticate to Dashlane via your usual unlock method, and choose the credential you would like to log in with.
Why Dashlane does not autofill my information on a particular website?
We do our best to make Dashlane work efficiently on all websites. However, you might come across a website where autofill actions could not be completed. If so, you want to make sure the website URL saved in your Dashlane credential for this site matches the one on your browser.
If the URLs are identical and you are still not able to get Dashlane to work properly on that website, you can contact our support and report this website in your email. Please make sure to provide the full link to the website that is failing to work.