How to Save a Password in Google Chrome or how to enable password saving in Google Chrome. Google Chrome is equipped with a built-in password manager. Your browser (Chrome) can save and fill out passwords for various websites on the sign-in page. In this article, we will see how to save passwords in Chrome.
Sometimes, you need to login to your accounts from different browsers or different devices but it may become hard to remember your passwords. If you have allowed Google Chrome to save your passwords for Autofill, you can easily recover them on any system. You just need to sign-in to your Google account, so just make sure that you remember your Google account password.
The first thing you need to make sure that password saving is enabled in Google Chrome. For that just follow these steps.
How to Save Passwords In Google Chrome
Open Chrome and click on your profile picture in the top right corner of your browser window and then click on the “Passwords” (Key Button).
Now, you will see the “Offer to Save Passwords” option, it is on by default. If this switch is set to the off position, toggle it to the on position.
Now, go to any website where you want to log in. Enter your credentials, and click sign in.
After that, Chrome will ask to save your password. Just click “Save” and the next time you visit that website, Chrome will fill in your sign-in credentials automatically.
In case, you have multiple users accounts for a website, when you click any field of the sign-in form Chrome will show you all the credentials for that website and you will be able to choose your desired information to log in to the website.
In case you click the “Never” option, the site is stored to a “Never Saved” passwords list and for that specific website, Chrome will not ask to save passwords in the future.