If you find yourself looking for the Forgot/Reset Password button/link each time you visit a pre-registered site, then you shouldn’t skip this article.
Most people(I was among) always forget either the username, password or even the email address they used when registering on a website and therefore find themselves resetting their passwords every now and then.
If you have a password manager on your device, it would save you from this stress. If you don’t, just keep reading.
Google Chrome is actually the most popular web browser on smartphones especially because it comes as the stock browser on all Android devices and is available on other platforms/OS.
It’s not just popular because it comes pre-installed on most Androids, it has a ton of great features including data saver, security, privacy, speed and simplicity that makes it stand out.
Its my favorite web browser for most of my online activities.
When I remember how much time I usually waste trying to recover passwords on sites, checking my emails for a password reset link and how useful it is to know what features your browser has, I just can’t help sharing this fast tip.
So, let’s quickly see how easy it is to recover or find saved passwords on Google Chrome. If you always use different hard to remember passwords on different sites, you really need to know this.
How To Find/Recover Saved Passwords In Google Chrome
This is a simple step by step guide on how to find saved passwords on Google Chrome. Before diving into the tutorial, you should make sure everything is set and ready or has been set properly.
- Make sure your Chrome Browser is signed in to your Google account.
- Allow the Google password manager to always save your login credentials on every website you visit.
- Once you change the password on a site successfully, all Google passwords manager to update it.
Once you are ready to learn how to find saved passwords on Google Chrome, read on, it’s so simple and time saving.
- Open the Chrome browser on your phone and login/add your account if it’s not added.
- Click on the 3 dotted options button at the top right of your screen.
- Click on Settings
- There lies the password saviour. Click on Passwords
- You will now find all the sites you have saved their passwords in Google password manger. The list will wow you because its so loaded.
- Now scroll down to the site you wish to recover your saved password.
- Click on it.
- You will now see the site name, your username and password(hidden)
- Now click on the eye icon after password to view it. You might be asked to input your password before you can view it. Once it’s entered correctly, it will then display your password.
- You can go back and click the copy button to copy the password into your clip board.
- That’s how easy it is to find/recover your saved passwords in Google Chrome.
I hope you find this useful and easy. Remember that once you change your current password on any site, password manager will ask you if you want to update it in the saved passwords, please accept to keep it updated.
This is a nice feature and it will always save you from hitting the forgot password button on most of your favourite sites.
Do share and also drop your feedback if this saved you like it did for me the day I learnt about it.