Do you use Google’s password manager?
If yes, then you might know that it can manage all your account login information if you want. It comes in handy as not many of us can remember all the passwords. Besides, using the same password for every account is not a wise decision.
Here enters Google Password Manager.
It can create strong passwords and remember them to help you login into various websites. However, we often need to log in through a different device. It can be troublesome to find out your current password from the website.
Therefore, I created this guide to help you find out all your saved passwords on Google Chrome.
So, without much raving, let’s get started.
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How Chrome Saves Passwords?
For Chrome to save passwords, you require to log in using your Google account in the browser. Afterward, Chrome would automatically ask you to save the login information each time you enter your credentials on a particular website.
It also identifies if you add a different password with the same username and asks if you want to update the current one. Besides, if you are registering on a website and need to create a new password, Chrome can make one for you and save it.
Now, if you want to view the saved passwords in Chrome, there are multiple ways to do it.
How to View Saved Password on Chrome using Desktop?
Chrome locally stores all your passwords on your computer, and you can access it if you are logged into Chrome. Follow the steps to know how to view them.
- Click on the “Menu” button. (Three vertical dots on top-right)
2. Then, go to “Settings.”
3. Here, click on the “Password” option under the “Autofill” section.
You can skip the above steps by entering this address in the Omnibox.
Here, you will find the list of saved passwords along with the usernames for each website. Click on the eye icon to view the password. Then, Chrome will ask you to enter the device login information to ensure you are the right person to show the details.
You can also remove the passwords from here if you want. However, the option to update the password is not available. You will require to sign in to the website using a new password, and Chrome will ask to update the existing one.
How to View Saved Password on Chrome Using Android Phone?
Chrome also syncs all your passwords to your smartphone if you use the same Google account. Follow the below steps to know how to view Chrome saved passwords on your Android phone.
1. Open Chrome.
2. Then, tap on the “Menu” button.
3. Now, go to “Settings.”
4. Finally, open “Passwords.”
Here, you will find the list of websites along with your login information. Click on any website to view the corresponding user id and password. Similar to the desktop version of Chrome, it will ask you the device password to proceed. Then, click on the eye icon to view your saved password on Chrome browser on an Android phone.
How to View Saved Password Using Your Google Account?
There is another way to look at your passwords without using the device password. So, consider you are using a friend’s device and want to see your passwords. In a similar scenario, quickly visit the following link, and you can view all of your passwords.
Tip: Use incognito mode if you don’t want the device to remember you or log your friend out of Chrome.
The best thing about using this approach is you can use any browser to view your passwords. There are no restrictions as long as you remember your Google account details.
Chrome saves your passwords, so you don’t have to remember them. We mentioned a few ways to view the saved passwords on Chrome. You can also use Google’s password website to view them from other browsers or without logging into someone else’s Chrome browser.