Google’s native password manager is an excellent tool to store all your passwords in one place and sync them across multiple devices. Every time you enter a password on Chrome or any other third-party client, Google Password Manager asks your permission to save the password on your Google Account. However, if you want to manually save a password, it will require some additional steps. In this article, we show you how to manually add passwords in Chrome Password manager.
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Add a password manually on Chrome
Step 1: Launch Google Chrome on your laptop and click on the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen. Click on Settings.
Step 2: Select Autofill from the side menu and click on ‘Password Manager.’
Step 3: Select ‘Add’ from the ‘Saved Passwords’ section.
Step 4: In the following window, enter the name of the website, your username, and your password. Hit Save once you’re done.
Add a password on Chrome for mobile
Step 2: Tap the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen and select Settings.
Step 3: Tap on ‘Password Manager’.
Step 4: Tap the plus icon next to the ‘Search passwords’ field.
Step 5: Enter the name of the website or select the app from the option given below. Add your username and password as well.
Step 6: Hit Save at the top right corner of the screen.
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This is how you can manually add passwords in Chrome Password Manager using your laptop and smartphone. You can also sync and back up your passwords across all your devices. Read our article here to find out how. Read this article to know how to manage your saved passwords on Chrome like a pro.
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