This article discusses exporting your data from another password manager and importing to Dashlane. If you want to export your data from Dashlane, we have two other articles on that subject.
Export Dashlane data to a CSV file
Export Dashlane data to a secure DASH file
In a few steps, you can move your logins and other data to Dashlane from a browser or another password manager. We have specific instructions for moving your data from any of these password managers or browsers:
For all other password managers, use the steps in this article.
Step 1: Export your data from another password manager
You can export your data from most browsers and password managers to a CSV file. See steps for exporting from one of these password managers or browsers:
If you're not using one of these password managers or browsers or having trouble exporting your data, contact the customer support team of the password manager you're trying to export from.
Important: CSV files aren't encrypted, and others can read them. Delete the CSV file from your device after you finish these steps.
Step 2: Prepare your data
If you're using one of the browsers or password managers listed at the beginning of this article, you can skip this step and move on to step 3 to import your CSV file directly to Dashlane.
Before importing to Dashlane, move your data into our CSV template, so our app can read it properly.
Steps for moving your data into the Dashlane CSV template
- Download our CSV template
- Paste each column from your CSV export into the matching column of the Dashlane CSV template.
- Put "Login" or "Secure Note" for all rows in the Type column.
- Put extra columns from the exported CSV after the totp column in the Dashlane CSV template. The information from extra columns will be imported to the login's Note section.
Example of a CSV export from 1Password:
Example of a Dashlane CSV template after pasting in 1Password data:
Step 3: Import your data to Dashlane
Import your CSV file to Dashlane using the web and Android apps. At this time, you can't import data with a CSV file using the iOS (Apple) or macOS app.
Import your data with the web app
- In the My account menu, select Settings and then Import data.
- In Import source, select where you exported your file from or Other CSV, and then select Get started.
- Drag the file from your computer to the space provided, or select browse your computer files to search for the file on your desktop. After you select the file, select Next to preview the file in Dashlane. For Starter, Team, or Business plans, we'll ask you to choose whether to import your data to your Personal or Business Space. Choose a Space and select Next.
- Review the data. You can change whether an item belongs in Logins or Secure Notes or select Do not import. For Starter, Team, or Business plans, you can choose whether an item belongs in your Personal or Business Space.
- When you're ready, select Import items. You'll see a confirmation with the number of imported items.
Import your data with the Android app
- Select + Add item and then Logins.
- Select Want to import multiple passwords? Then select From a CSV file and Select file.
- Find and select the CSV file on your device. You may need to enter your Master Password or unlock Dashlane with your face or fingerprint.
We may also ask you to identify the data in the CSV file. If so, a Let's match your file pop-up appears. Select Start matching. We'll ask you to identify the data in several examples. For each item, select Website or app, Username or email, Password, or Other. Then select Next.
- Review the data. To not import an item, clear its checkbox. When ready, select Import.
Important: CSV files aren't encrypted, and other people can read them. Delete the CSV file from your device as soon as you finish importing your data.
Step 4: Turn off other password managers
To avoid problems with Autofill and other Dashlane features, turn off or uninstall other password managers. See steps for uninstalling these password managers:
If you're not using one of these password managers or having trouble turning off a password manager, contact the customer support team of the password manager you're trying to turn off.
Example from Google Chrome: