New Update DashLane Free plan users will be limited to 25 passwords

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What’s changing in the Free plan?​

Starting November 7th, 2023, we’ll be rolling out the following changes to Dashlane’s Free plan.

Changes to password storage: On November 7th, Dashlane Free users will be able to store 25 passwords, rather than unlimited passwords, on their device of choice. You'll still have access to key benefits like secure sharing and new features like passkey management.

If you have more than 25 passwords saved, don’t worry—you won’t lose any, and Dashlane will continue to autofill them. However, starting November 7th, you won’t be able to store any new ones unless you upgrade your plan or remove passwords so your vault has fewer than 25.
Updated support: Starting December 7th, 2023, email and chat support will be limited to paid subscribers. If you’re on a Free plan, you can still access the Help Center anytime for detailed guides, walkthroughs, and troubleshooting tips.

What’s included in Dashlane Free after November 7th?​

After these updates go into effect, the Free plan will still include essential password management and security features, including password storage for up to 25 logins, passkey storage and management, Secure Notes, and more.
To optimize your online security with advanced features and keep unlimited password storage and dedicated one-on-one support, you can upgrade to a Premium or Friends & Family plan at any time. And from now until the end of the year, you can also take 55% off either plan. Save on Premium with code PREMIUM55 and save on Friends & Family with code FRIENDS55.


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