Director of Product Marketing
Dashlane Migration Hub for Businesses
In January, we announced that Dashlane’s default desktop experience was going to be our browser extension and embedded web app. This move towards the web and away from our legacy desktop apps has allowed us to provide a superior autofill experience, made setup for new customers and new employees a breeze, and unlocked faster development of new and improved features. The web-first Dashlane experience is already available to […]
3 Steps to Get the Most Out of Your Dashlane for Business Trial
Welcome to Dashlane! We’re excited to help you improve your organization’s password health and overall security. Whether you are testing Dashlane Team or Dashlane Business (which includes our single sign-on (SSO) integration), these steps will help you get the most out of your 14-day trial. If you want to learn more about Dashlane and why […]
Fast & Secure: Unlock Dashlane With Biometrics on Chromium Browsers
If you get locked out of Dashlane after closing your Chromium browser, you’ll now be able to unlock the app with your fingerprint instead of typing your Master Password.
Quarter in Review: Dashlane’s Q2 Updates, Plus What’s Ahead
We were busy in Q2, and we’re excited to tell you about it! Read this post to see what we’ve done in the past 3 months—and what’s ahead.
Quarter in Review: What’s New & Next With Dashlane So Far in 2021
We’re rounding up all the exciting product updates from Q1 with options to read more.
Why You Should Value Privacy, Even If You Have Nothing to Hide
Each day, people adopt technologies and accept policies that ask them to trade privacy for greater convenience or perceived security: from smart home devices, to facial recognition scans at the airport, to endorsing legislation such as the Patriot Act. For many people, this discussion ends with “Well, I have nothing to hide.” That is, nothing […]
GDPR’s Shortcomings Give Guidance for Future Privacy Laws
Everyone celebrates the holiday season differently, but one experience we all shared this December was the flood of emails from seemingly every company we’ve ever interacted with (Dashlane among them). The reason? The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020, prompting companies that do business online (everyone) to update their […]