Exporting passwords from Dashlane to Cyclonis Password Manager is easy – users just need to follow these simple steps, and they can transition from one password manager to the other quickly and effortlessly.
The first thing that a user needs to do is export the data stored with Dashlane from their account to a file that Cyclonis Password Manager can use. To do so, the user should launch Dashlane and log in to their account. Once they are logged in, they can select a file containing the information they wish to export, choose the ‘Export data’ option, then choose the ‘comma separated value file’ (.csv) option from the top menu. Dashlane may then prompt the user for their master password, before allowing the user to save the exported data in a location of the user’s choosing.
Once the user has the necessary data exported as a .csv file, it is a simple matter to import said data to the user’s own private vault on said user’s Cyclonis Password Manager account. To do that, the user needs only to open the app, log into their account, then select the ‘File’ drop-down menu, click on the ‘Import/Export’ tab, then select the first option on the new drop-down menu – namely, the one titled ‘Import Passwords.’ A file manager menu will then allow the user to select the files they wish to import. Selecting the correct .csv file and clicking OK is all it takes to finish the process, and import all of the user’s Dashlane passwords to Cyclonis Password Manager.