If you have been using Google Chrome — you must have probably saved your password with the browser. Google Chrome browse has a built-in password manager that helps you generate stronger passwords and also saved them.
Having a Google account and signing in with Chrome can let you easily access your login details via another OS device. Google Chrome installed on the device and signing in will let you gain access to your login details on all platforms, from Android to iOS — Windows to Mac and Chromebook.
As far as you have a Google account you can view your password from anywhere with their built-in password manager.
So now — if you have saved plenty of passwords in Google Chrome you can view them with just a few clicks from the browser.
How to views saved password on Chrome
In other for you to view your saved password you have to install Google Chrome browser and in case you already have it install a sign in and click on the three dots at the top right corner of your Chrome Android browser while for iOS click on the three-dot icon at the right bottom corner of your screen.
Go to settings and under basics, you will see a list of options click on Passwords and all your passwords list and websites you have saved through your Google account will appear.
All your password are arranged in alphabetical order, so you can see all the websites you have an account on. You can quickly search to look for a website your password is associated with.
To view your password click on the website and then it will display both your username and your password — tap on the eye and Google will prompt you to enter your mobile password or pin to confirm if you’re the one truly requesting it.
With options to allow you auto sign-in and saved your password. If you don’t want to save your passwords with a Google account you can toggle to turn it off.
Views saved password on Windows and Mac
To view your password on Windows and Mac computers you just have to follow a few simple steps.
To access your Google Chrome desktop setting, click on the three-dot icon at the top right corner of your desktop screen and a drop-down menu will appear tap on Settings, and under Autofill click on Passwords.
You’ll see a list of all your saved password with the websites, username, and password — click on the eye to view your password and Google will ask you to confirms that you’re you — type in your password and you’re good to go.
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