There is a tool that will store Google Chrome Passwords and help you find stored passwords in case of urgent need. The tool is integrated with the Google Chrome web browser. In the Menu and Settings. We used it and found it useful. It really works because social account passwords are too many to memorize.
You can easily manage your passwords on Android, iPhone, Windows and Linux devices. The systems we are talking about necessarily have a Google Chrome web browser. This web browser also has a built-in password storage service. You can save your passwords on Google and use them whenever you need them. You must let it save your passwords. Google stores your passwords, if you have given permission. And it’s a great solution when you need it. We explained how to allow permission later in the article.
How do Google Passwords work?
You can quickly learn how Google Passwords work and how to save and retrieve your passwords later in the article.
Google Chrome Web Browser Menu
Open your Google Chrome web browser. Press the menu and go to Settings
Google Chrome Settings
Finding Passwords from Settings menu. Enter passwords.
Google Chrome Passwords
Passwords are listed at the bottom of the page. If you have saved your passwords before, it will appear as a list. If the list is empty, your passwords have not been saved before. Our advice is to start saving your passwords as soon as possible. If you don’t have any security concerns!
Saving Passwords to Google
Enable Google Password saving settings: Just select the “Save Passwords” section in the screenshot above. After that, while logging into the sites with your web browser, “Save your password?” If asked, say “Yes” and confirm. This way, the Google Chrome web browser can suggest your passwords the next time you log into that website. Even if the browser does not suggest a password, you can find your password in the settings.
Example: Sign in to Facebook.com from the Google Chrome web browser. Chrome asks for your permission to keep your web browser password. Allow it. Your password is now saved. * You no longer need to remember your password when you log into facebook.com from your Chrome web or mobile browser. The browser suggests your password to enter the site. Choose the recommended password. Sign in. That’s all. * Each device must have been previously signed in with your e-mail account.
Finding Saved Passwords
Your passwords are stored in Google Chrome. You will be asked to sign in with your Google account (gmail) in the Chrome browser on the device closest to you when you need it.
To find your password:
Menu/ Settings/ Passwords. It’s that easy.
You can find your Google Passwords instantly from anywhere.
Sometimes it is impossible to recover passwords. But those who used Google Passwords before are lucky. Because we saved our passwords while logging into any website or application. We can use these stored passwords whenever we need them.
We have prepared this article to support our users who are having trouble with their account recovery steps. We hope you will have no problem finding your passwords anymore. Relax, save your passwords in your Google account. Or use another reliable password storage tool. Don’t waste your time remembering and finding passwords. We wish you happy days.