If you're currently using Dashlane and would like to import all of your passwords to Myki, follow these simple steps.
First thing you'll need to do, is export your passwords from Dashlane. Here's how:
- Open Dashlane and click on the menu "File" then "Export Data".
- Choose "Unsecured archive (readable) in CSV format".
- Enter a filename for your passwords and click "Save".
Now that you have your exported file from Dashlane, you'll need to import them to Myki. Click here for a detailed guide on how to do so.
Go to the Myki browser extension and click on the "Advanced" tab > "Import Accounts".
Now click on "Import From Dashlane" then click on "Import Passwords" and select the ".csv" file you created in step 1.
A popup will show you the number of accounts that are going to be imported, click "Ok".
Confirm all of your account information, then click on "Done".
Your accounts should now be visible from within the Myki vault (it may take a few moments for you to see them in the vault based on the number of accounts being imported, so please be patient).
If you don't see them right away, try to sync your account by clicking on the sync icon in the top right corner of the Myki browser extension.