Great for company-wide security concerns, and great when it works the way you want it to
November 14, 2018

Great for company-wide security concerns, and great when it works the way you want it to

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Dashlane

Our company is using Dashlane to keep company passwords and sensitive information protected and private. This allows us to share passwords for various programs that we all use or share a login for as well as getting notified if there's any type of breach or issue with a password that needs to be corrected.
  • Syncs to a mobile device - they have a mobile app so you can use this on your cell phone too
  • Automatically signs you into your accounts - you can load a website and Dashlane automatically logs you in using stored/saved passwords.
  • You only have to remember one password - the master password to Dashlane.
  • Chrome also saves passwords and this can conflict with Dashlane - both will load saved info. You have to manually remove saved passwords in Chrome, which is time consuming.
  • Sometimes it doesn't log me in to certain websites or is really slow to eventually log me in
  • Not sure that it's always syncing properly and doesn't always ask to store newly created passwords when it should
  • Greater level of security regarding passwords for the company, definitely a huge bonus
  • Can be frustrating if you're just trying to quickly log into something and it hasn't stored the correct password or doesn't load for some reason
  • Can be a painful setup process if you have to manually remove stored passwords from Chrome/other browsers
This is a company requirement for me to use it, so it works but I don't really have a choice in the matter. It's great for sharing passwords between groups and automatically generating strong passwords. However, if you let Dashlane generate a password, you won't actually know what that password is unless you look it up later. I for one am old school and don't like the idea of not actually knowing what a password is for an account or having a written record of it somewhere - and there have been a few occasions where I'm glad I do if Dashlane is slow to respond/load or it's logged me out.