A password manager is one that lets you save your usernames and passwords for different sites. With the password manager, you are able to easily access a list of your saved Chrome passwords in the settings. Google Chrome also remembers them for you even if you log into your Google account with a different browser or device.
How to Save Your Passwords on Google Chrome
You can’t access your saved Chrome passwords if you don’t save any passwords. Luckily, Google Chrome offers you the option to save your password, and you can either turn it off or on. This should be the first step in keeping track of your saved Chrome passwords.
For Android Devices
- Open the Chrome App on your Android device.
- Tap the three vertical dots (More icon) at the upper right corner of your screen.
- Choose Settings in the options provided.
- Go ahead and tap Passwords.
- Then, turn on Save Passwords to have Google Chrome save your website passwords.
For iOS devices
- Open the Google Chrome app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Select the three horizontal dots (More icon) at the bottom right of your screen.
- Tap Settings.
- Select Passwords.
- You can now turn on your Save Passwords to get started.
For Computer (Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, or Linux)
- Click on the profile picture icon at the top right corner of the windows browser to access the passwords menu.
- Below it will be an icon similar to a key. Click it.
- You should see the Offer to save passwords option. Switch it on if it isn’t already on by default. You can also turn it off if you don’t want Chrome to offer to save passwords anymore.
After this, you can proceed to fill in your username and password in the required sign-in form. Once it’s submitted, Google Chrome will ask if you want to save your password. Click Save.
How to Edit Saved Passwords on Google Chrome
In case you changed your password for a particular website and wish to update it on Google Chrome, follow these steps:
For Mobile devices
- Tap the profile icon in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.
- You can either select the key icon or choose passwords directly to open the passwords menu. Out of the list of saved passwords in Chrome, choose the website password you want to edit.
- Tap Edit to input your device authentication code.
Then proceed to update your password information and select Done to finish.
For Computer (Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, or Linux)
- Launch Chrome on your computer web browser.
- Click the profile picture icon and select the key icon below it to open the password menu.
- To edit, click the three dots beside the password you want to update. Select Edit Password.
- You will be asked to insert your authentication code to continue.
- Once your code is confirmed, update your password. Then click “Save” to finish.
Note that you must update your password information via the app or website. This is because Google Chrome cannot auto-change sign-in info for apps or websites.
How to View Saved Passwords on Chrome (Android or iOS)
Open Chrome on your device.
- Tap the three vertical dots (menu icon) at the top right corner of your screen for Android. If you’re using an iOS device, tap the three horizontal dots at the bottom right corner.
- To continue, tap the Settings option.
- Select Passwords.
A list of your saved passwords in Chrome will be provided. Choose the one you want to view and tap the eye icon next to it.
A security page will appear to ask for your authentication/login information. This happens when you want to access sensitive information on Chrome.
After the authentication process, you’ll be able to view the password.
How to View Passwords Saved on Chrome (PC)
Launch the Chrome browser on your computer.
- Click the profile picture icon and select the key icon below it to open the
In the options provided, scroll down to choose Settings. You can also access Settings by typing chrome://settings in the address bar.
A list of all your saved passwords in Chrome will be displayed. Click the eye icon next to the password you want to view.
You’ll be asked to input your authentication pin or password.
Once this is done, the saved password you want to view will be revealed. Click on the eye icon again to hide the password.
Do You Want to Export Saved Passwords?
While we do not recommend it, you can export your entire list of passwords and usernames. Know that if you do not protect this list, anyone with access to wherever you store it can simply see a list of all your passwords.
The list will be a non-encrypted CSV file that’s accessible in plain text.
To export saved passwords;
- Open Chrome and click the menu icon (three-dot ellipsis).
- Tap Passwords.
- Select the menu icon (three dots) next to Saved Passwords.
- Then select Export Passwords.
Before you can continue, you will be asked to input your authentication code for confirmation.
After this, choose your preferred location to store your file.
Click Save to finish and export passwords.
How to Get Notification Alerts for Compromised Passwords on Google Chrome
No one is above data leaks on a third-party app or website. Data leaks could, in theory, compromise your passwords.
Fortunately, Google will send a notification to you if your usernames or passwords are breached. The notification urges you to change your compromised password for the specific account to stay protected.
For iOS devices
To get these notifications on iOS devices:
- Open the Chrome app on your device.
- Tap the More icon (three-dot ellipsis) and select Settings.
- Select Google Services in the provided options.
- Turn on the Warn you if passwords are exposed in a data breach option, and you will start receiving notifications.
For Android devices
- Open the Chrome app, tap the More icon, and select Settings.
- Select the Privacy and Security option.
- Select Safe Browsing.
- Tap Standard Protection.
- You can now turn the Warn you if passwords are exposed in a data breach option on.
Do note that for this to work, you have to sign in to your Google account on Chrome.
How to Clear/Remove Saved Passwords from Google Chrome
Just as you can choose to view saved passwords on Google chrome, You can always delete them.
- Tap the menu icon (three dots) after opening the Google Chrome app on your device.
- Select Passwords to access the Passwords settings menu.
- When you see the password you want to remove, tap on the Settings icon (three dots) next to it.
- Select Remove to delete it immediately.
You’ll see a prompt that asks you to undo. You can tap Undo to restore your deleted password if you want.
You can also delete your entire list of passwords at once.
Go to Chrome’s Settings menu by tapping the three dots at the top right-hand corner of your screen.
Then scroll down and select Settings in the provided options. Or type chrome://settings/ into the Omnibox or address bar and click Enter.
- Click Privacy and Security in the Settings menu.
- Find the Clear Browsing Data option by scrolling down. Click on it once you see it.
- A popup menu will appear. Click the Advanced tab and choose All time from the time range menu. Tick Passwords, and then tap Clear Data to delete all the passwords in your browser.
Note that deleting your passwords is a permanent act. You won’t be able to restore them.
You’ll have to click on the Forgot Password option on most websites to recover your forgotten passwords. But if you remember your password, there’s no cause for alarm.
Tap on the profile icon in the Chrome browser. Then click on the key-shaped password button. Doing these displays all your saved passwords and usernames.
Yes, Gmail and Google account passwords are the same. Gmail is a Google product. Hence, if you have an account with Gmail, you automatically have a Google account.
Yes, it is. Chrome password manager not only helps to generate unique and strong passwords but also stores and keeps track of data. These data include passwords, usernames, payment methods, etc. Chrome password manager relies on a strong, secure algorithm to generate passwords. So you can be confident that your passwords and information are safe.
No, resetting Chrome does not delete or change your saved passwords. Although all your previous or other settings, home page, and search engine settings will be reverted back to their default. You won’t lose your bookmarks, history, and saved passwords.
To reset, open Chrome on your computer. Click on the three-dot icon at the top right of the page and select settings. Then, click “Advanced” for additional settings, and scroll down to the “Reset” section. Click on it to reset your browser settings in Chrome.
Depends. Chrome regularly checks for new updates and will apply an available update automatically once you close and reopen the browser. However, a pending update will appear on your screen if you haven’t closed your browser in a while to notify you of an available update.
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