If you have a Dashlane account, you can move your logins from Google Chrome 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.
Step 1: Export your data from Chrome
Export your logins from Chrome to a CSV file. If you have any problems exporting, contact Chrome support.
Step 2: Import your data from Chrome into Dashlane
Import your Chrome 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 macOS 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 Chrome 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 Chrome. Then select Get Started.
- Drag your Chrome 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. 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 Chrome 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 Chrome and select Import.
Chrome only allows you to export logins. So your import will include logins but not other data. Anything we couldn't import to a specific field will appear in the Note section of each login.
If you have any issues with import, check out the common problems at the end of this article, including using the Dashlane CSV template to prepare and import your data.
Step 3: Turn off password saving in Chrome
After you've moved your data into Dashlane, turn off password saving in Chrome. Otherwise, you might have problems using Autofill and other Dashlane features.
We recommend you delete your passwords from Chrome after you've saved them in Dashlane. Otherwise, Chrome will continue to suggest passwords. You can delete all passwords saved in Chrome by clearing your browsing data.
Common problems with data import
If you use browser extensions in Chrome, check out our blog post on how to make sure Chrome extensions are safe