You can move your logins from Safari into Dashlane.
First, you need to export your logins from Safari. Then you can import your data to Dashlane. After you import your logins, make sure to turn off or remove all other password managers in Safari. Otherwise, you may have problems using Autofill and other Dashlane features.
Export your data from Safari
You can export your data from Safari to a CSV file. The file will contain all logins saved in your Safari password manager. For each login, you'll export the item name, web address, username, and password. After you export your data, you can import the CSV file to Dashlane.
Visit Safari's support website for steps on how to export your data.
Important: CSV files aren't encrypted, and other people can read them. We recommend you delete the CSV file from your device as soon as you finish using the file.
Import your data to Dashlane
You can only import your data using the web or Android apps. At this time, you can't import a CSV file using the iOS (Apple) app.
Turn off Autofill in Safari
If you use Safari as your browser: Dashlane now uses macOS native autofill for the web app in Safari. For a better autofill experience, you must set up the alternative autofill solution. This solution lets Dashlane autofill your usernames and passwords but not other fields like your address, phone number, or payment information. To autofill all types of data, you must use Dashlane in another supported browser.
Learn more about the alternative autofill solution
After you've imported your data, you're ready to use Dashlane to manage your online life. Make sure to turn off or remove apps and extensions for any other password managers in the browsers that you use.
From the Safari browser menu, select Preferences or Settings, depending on your macOS version. Then select the AutoFill tab and select the User names and passwords checkbox.
Change Safari autofill settings
Problems with importing data
Having trouble importing your data from a CSV file?