Great product for personal use
January 20, 2020

Great product for personal use

Muhamed (Muha) Causevic | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Dashlane

I am using Dashlane independently from my organization. Since our work and personal lives often merge, I have had trouble remembering my passwords across my devices. I [use] Dashlane to store passwords to my personal logins, so that I can access my accounts across my various devices with ease. It has helped me with the hassle and security risk of writing them down in a journal.
  • Suggested complex passwords.
  • Shows you data on how many of your accounts are using the same password.
  • It sometimes saves duplicates of logins if something was 1 character off. I would ideally like to see it suggest to remove one of the logins or merge the accounts if the info is the same.
  • I have been much more productive when I am not spending time looking for my logins or being locked out of my accounts.
Although I have never used any other password manager, I have however used Evernote to keep my login information centralized. This approach had many security downfalls, hence why I sought out a more secure password managing software that is multiplatform.
I have not sought out support for this product in the past. However, the automated suggestions to improve my security have been great, therefore I believe that the level of support would be great if I were to contact their support team.

Do you think Dashlane delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Dashlane's feature set?

Yes

Did Dashlane live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Dashlane go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Dashlane again?

Yes

Dashlane is great for centralizing all of your accounts and keeping all the logins information in one location for anyone who easily misplaces this information or is forgetful. This also is its downfall as well because it is hard to trust any single source of centralization because if it were ever to be breached, it would be devastating.