How to Manage Passwords in Google Chrome

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Just think that you are going to sign in to any of your online profiles / accounts. But oops! You’ve forgotten your password. You can’t remember the right combination anymore. That’s why you’re searching for the best ways to organize your passwords. Believe us, it’s not a big deal. So, today we’ll show you how to manage passwords in Google chrome in almost all platforms like web, app, and tab. Practice and enroll the following tips to be more productive in your personal and professional life.

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Turn on your computer and make sure you have a stable internet connection.

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Open Google Chrome browser from your desktop or laptop computer.

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Click on the vertical ellipsis icon (three dots) at the right corner of your screen.

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Click on the “Settings” and then the “Passwords” option. You’ll be redirected to a new page giving you the option to manage your password.

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View, copy, edit, or delete your passwords from that page.

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Use the toggle feature to turn On or Off the “Offer to save passwords” and “Auto Sign-in” options.

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Click on the ellipsis icon (three dots) on the bottom corner of your screen in case you are using Chrome App from any smart device. Then tap “Settings” and then “Passwords”.

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Customize your settings depending on your requirements.

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