When you log in to any website and google asks you if you want to store your login credentials for that website, sometimes you accidentally click the “never” option that means that this website is added to a “Never Save” list, and in the future Chrome will not ask to store the username and password entered in this website.
If any time in the future, you wish that chrome would store the passwords entered in this website, you must remove this website from the never save list.
Open Chrome and click your profile picture in the top right corner. Now, click on the “Passwords” to open the passwords menu.
Scroll down and locate the “Never Saved” section. In this section, you find a complete list of all the websites that are blocked from Chrome’s saved passwords list. In this listing search for the website you accidentally blocked, then click the “X” next to the URL of that website. The entry will disappear and is now removed from this list.
Now, whenever you sign-in with your credentials on this site, Chrome will ask to save your password.
What If, you accidentally saved a password for any website but you were not supposed to save that password. For example, one of your clients/customers used your system to sign in to his account and accidentally saved his login credentials on your browser. You can easily remove such passwords.
In the Saved Passwords section of the Passwords menu, click the settings (three dots) icon next to the saved password, that you wish to remove, and then click “Remove” from the drop-down menu.
The selected password deletes instantly. A small popup notification will appear that tells you that the password is removed, and if you accidentally deleted it, you can click the Undo option, on that notification, to restore your password.