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If you have a Dashlane account, you can move your logins from 1Password into Dashlane in three steps. If you don't have an account, you can create one for free or sign up for one of our paid plans.
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Step 1: Export your data from 1Password
Export your logins from 1Password to a CSV file. If you have any problems exporting, contact 1Password support.
Steps to export your data from 1Password
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Step 2: Import your data from 1Password into Dashlane
Import your 1Password CSV file into Dashlane using our web app or Android app. You can't import a CSV file to Dashlane using the iOS (Apple) or Safari app.
Important: CSV files aren't encrypted, and others can read them. Delete the CSV file from your device after you import your data.
Import your 1Password data with the web app
- In the Dashlane web app, select the My account menu. Then select Settings and Import data.
- For Import source, select 1Password. Then select Get Started.
- Drag your 1Password CSV file to the app or select browse your computer files to search for it, and then select Next. If you're a Starter, Team, or Business plan member, choose whether to import your data to your Personal or Business Space, then select Next.
- Preview your import. You can change whether Dashlane imports an item as a Login or a Secure Note. Starter, Team, and Business plan members can choose whether specific items go to their Personal or Business Space.
- Select Import items. You'll see a confirmation with the number of items imported.
Import your 1Password data with the Android app
- Select + Add new, Logins, and then Want to import multiple logins?
- Select From another password manager and then Select file.
- Select the CSV file that you exported from 1Password and select Import.
1Password allows you to export logins only in CSV files. So your import will include logins but not other data. Information that we couldn't import to a specific field will appear in the Note section of each login.
If you have any problems, check out the common problems and solutions at the end of this article.
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Step 3: Uninstall 1Password
After you've moved your data into Dashlane, uninstall any 1Password apps. Otherwise, you might have problems using Autofill and other Dashlane features.
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Solve problems with your 1Password data import
I'm having problems importing my 1Password data to Dashlane. What do I do?
If your import takes too long, split the data into multiple CSVs and import it in smaller batches.
If the import isn't working at all, follow these troubleshooting steps:
- Make sure your Dashlane app is up to date.
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- Make sure the file you're importing is a CSV file. Check for ".csv" at the end of the filename. Or open the file, select Save as, and save the file as a CSV file.
- Check that each entry in the Web address or url column of the file begins with either "http://" or "https://"
If none of these steps solve your problem, you can manually change the 1Password file to fit Dashlane's CSV template.
- Download our CSV template
- Export your 1Password CSV.
Example of a CSV export from 1Password:
- Paste each column from the 1Password CSV into the matching column of the Dashlane CSV template.
Put "Login" for all rows in the Type column. Put extra columns from the 1Password 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 Dashlane CSV template after pasting in 1Password data:
- Import the CSV file to Dashlane as described in this article. But for Import source, select Other CSV.
Import your data to Dashlane
The import worked, but I don't see all my data. Where did it go?
If you don't see all your data for a specific item, check the Note section of each login and the content of each Secure Note.
Other password managers have their own ways of storing and organizing your data that we can't control. They can add, remove, and rename fields. While we aim to import all your information to Dashlane, we might not be able to import everything to the perfect place for each item.
To make sure none of your information is lost, we put everything that we can't match to a specific field in the Note section of your logins or the content of your Secure Notes.
What do I do if there are duplicates?
If you notice duplicate logins in your password vault, use the following article for helpful tips.