To avoid problems with Autofill and other Dashlane features, turn off or uninstall other password managers. See steps for uninstalling these password managers:
How do I turn off the password manager in my browser?
If you're using the automatic password manager in a browser like Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge, you need to do two things to avoid problems with Autofill and other Dashlane features.
- Turn off password saving in your browser. See steps for turning off password saving in these browsers:
- Delete all saved passwords for your browser. Otherwise, your browser will continue to autofill password information. See steps for deleting saved passwords in these browsers:
How do I turn off the password manager in iCloud Keychain and Safari?
If you've been using iCloud Keychain or Safari to manage passwords on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer, take these steps to avoid problems with Autofill and other Dashlane features.
- Follow Apple's steps for setting up iCloud Keychain. In the last step, make sure Keychain is turned off.
- If you're using an iPhone or iPad, download the Dashlane iOS (Apple) mobile app and select Dashlane to autofill your information in your device settings.
If you want to use Dashlane on Safari, we recommend that you install the Dashlane Safari extension. You'll have access to more of Dashlane's features and tools without needing to open the separate Dashlane macOS app. The Safari extension has our feature-rich extension pop-up and in-browser vault view, as well as the best Autofill capabilities that Dashlane has to offer.
My password manager isn't listed in this article
Some password managers, like Bitwarden and KeePass, don't have steps on their support websites for uninstalling their apps. If you're using a password manager not listed in this article, contact the customer support team of the password manager you're trying to turn off.