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Export Dashlane to CSV

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    Welcome to our comprehensive guide on exporting your Dashlane data to a CSV file, an essential process for managing your digital security. Dashlane, a renowned password manager, offers the flexibility to back up, move, and store your sensitive login information securely. Here, we will delve into what Dashlane is, provide a detailed walkthrough on exporting your data to a CSV file, explain the significance of utilizing spreadsheet programs like Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel for data manipulation, and discuss various use cases for your exported CSV data. Additionally, we'll explore Sourcetable as an alternative to traditional CSV exports for Dashlane, and finally, address common questions and concerns about the export process. Stay informed on how to effectively safeguard your online credentials while maintaining control over your data.

    What is Dashlane?

    Dashlane is a versatile password manager that incorporates zero-knowledge encryption to ensure the privacy and security of user data. It is designed to function across various devices and platforms, providing users with the flexibility to manage their passwords and sensitive information regardless of their preferred technology.

    As a software tool, Dashlane offers robust features such as the ability to share passwords securely, generate strong passwords automatically, and scan the dark web for any indications that a user's personal data might be compromised. Additionally, it can store a wide range of data, including financial, medical, and private details, and alerts users if this information is involved in breaches or hacks.

    For businesses, Dashlane provides solutions that include SCIM provisioning, Single Sign-On (SSO), and the capability to scan an extensive database of 20 billion records for breaches. Its service offerings encompass a web app and extensions, an Authenticator app, and compatibility with Android, iOS, and web browsers. Enhanced security features such as biometric login options, biometric recovery for Master Password reset, and the availability of two-factor authentication affirm its commitment to security. Moreover, Dashlane has a provision for phishing alerts, thereby contributing to a safer online experience for individuals and businesses alike.

    Dashlane also facilitates the management of personal and sensitive data through options that allow users to import, manage, and monitor their information effectively. Its service is further supported by educational resources available through its blog, which helps users stay informed about data security and best practices.

    How to Export Dashlane to a CSV File

    Using the Dashlane Web App

    To export your data from Dashlane, launch the Dashlane web app. Once there, navigate to the bottom left corner of the page and click on My Account. From there, select Export Data. You may be required to enter your Master Password to access your secure data. After that, click on Export to CSV. You will be prompted to create a unique password to encrypt the file. It's important to remember this password as you will need it to decrypt the file later. Confirm your password and click Export data to download the encrypted CSV file to your device.

    Web App for Apple Devices

    If you're using an Apple device, the export must be done through the web app in a browser like Chrome or Firefox, as the iOS (Apple) app does not support CSV exports. Navigate to the My account menu and select Export Data. Choose Unlock and then Export to CSV. If your plan administrator has enabled Smart Space Management, ensure that you move personal items from the Business Space to your Personal Space before proceeding. Click Continue to download the CSV file. To review the contents, unzip the file and open it with a spreadsheet program like Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel. After reviewing, delete the ZIP file and all CSV files from your device for security purposes.

    Storing the CSV File

    Should you need to store the CSV file, it's recommended to use a USB drive. This is to ensure that your data remains secure and portable.

    Sourcetable Integration

    Streamline Your Dashlane Data Management with Sourcetable

    When it comes to managing your Dashlane data, Sourcetable offers a seamless alternative to the traditional export-to-CSV-and-import process. Unlike the multi-step procedure of exporting your data to a CSV file and then importing it into a spreadsheet program, Sourcetable simplifies this workflow by syncing your live data directly from Dashlane. This direct integration not only saves time but also ensures that you are always working with the most up-to-date information without the need for manual updates.

    Sourcetable's powerful capabilities extend beyond mere data import. It provides a familiar spreadsheet interface that allows you to query and manipulate your Dashlane data with ease. This integration is particularly beneficial for automation and business intelligence, enabling you to make informed decisions based on real-time data. By choosing Sourcetable, you are opting for a streamlined, efficient, and more reliable way to handle your sensitive password management data, all while leveraging the advanced features that Sourcetable has to offer.

    Common Use Cases

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      Backing up your Dashlane data
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      Changing Dashlane accounts
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      Moving Dashlane data to a different account or service
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      Sharing Dashlane logins and other data directly from the web app
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      Importing Dashlane data back into Dashlane from a CSV file

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I export my Dashlane data to a CSV file?

    To export your Dashlane data to a CSV file, you need to open the Dashlane web app, click on 'My Account', select 'Export Data', and click on 'Export to CSV'. You will be prompted to create a unique password to encrypt the file, which you must remember to decrypt the file later. After this, click 'Export Data' to download your encrypted CSV file.

    Is it possible to export a DASH file to CSV using the Android app?

    No, DASH files can be exported using the web app only and are used for storing data securely or moving data between Dashlane accounts.

    Do I need to remember the unique password created during the CSV export process?

    Yes, you must remember the unique password you create during the CSV export process, as it is needed to decrypt the file later.

    Can I use the exported CSV file with applications other than Dashlane?

    The CSV file is encrypted with a unique password, so it can be used with other applications only if it is decrypted first.

    What should I do if I am prompted for my Master Password during the export process?

    If you are prompted for your Master Password, enter it and click 'Unlock' to proceed with exporting your data to a CSV file.


    To effectively manage your Dashlane data, you can export it to a CSV file using the web app in browsers like Chrome or Firefox. Remember that CSV files are not encrypted, so anyone can read them, which is why it's crucial to store them securely and delete them when they're no longer needed. For more secure handling of your data, particularly when backing up, changing accounts, or sharing logins, opt for a DASH file instead. Should you encounter restrictions on data export, plan administrators can adjust settings to allow all exports. After you've exported your data, ensure to clean up by removing any CSV or ZIP files from your device. Instead of exporting to CSV, consider using Sourcetable to import your data directly into a spreadsheet, enhancing your data management without compromising security. Sign up for Sourcetable today to get started on a more streamlined and secure way to handle your Dashlane information.

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