Since 1Password moved to a subscription basis I've been looking for an alternative. This gets 5 stars in all the magazine reviews (although PC UK disclaimed they were paid to advertise for Dashlane) This program is definitely not "The One" for me.
First, it does NOT work with Microsoft Edge. They want you to switch back to Internet Explorer (which is not even supported by Microsoft any longer). 1Password is not perfect syncing with Edge, but at least it usually works and is supported.
Second any atypical login screen stumps it. And if it THINKS it can log in it will submit again and again when you you go to the login screen, ultimately locking you out of your account. I have many web sites that have a button to click saying you agree with their terms - sorry, Dashlane can't help you on these.
Does your login require an access, then a verify key? Sorry, can't do that either. If you type it manually is saves it, but now you have 2 logins with the same domain name and it has no clue which to use (usually guesses wrong) the next time you try to login. Now I am locked out of another account.
The automatic password change feature is nice, but out of 335 passwords I have it only found 6 that were supported by that feature.
2 factor login is the "newest thing", but it's a royal pain to have to pull up your phone, the code app, type the code in your computer. Then I was thinking this makes it harder for me, and someone hacking into my account (unless they also stole my. phone), but the master password I selected was 8 characters with numbers and symbols - not really secure for anyone who broke into the Dashlane server and tried to hack my account using brute force.
1Password has a complex key and a master password. Nobody knows my complex key, but it's stored on my password secured devices. Even if people broke into 1Password and told date, then used brute force to break my master password they could NEVER guess my 16 digit complex key too. That and it's a lot easier to use on my computer, iPhone, etc.
1Password lets me click an "I accept" button without getting confused about how to fill in the password. If something has an access and a verify code I save it at normal password, and call the next screen something like "verify code" which 1Password then keeps track of for me.