Monday, 17 October 2016

Managing saved passwords in Google Chrome

Google chrome has a built in password manager that manages all your log in saved password for you in case next time you are log in with the same account and password. It will automatically fill out log in forms for you. If you set and manage your saved password, anytime you are logging in to an internet account like Gmail, yahoo mail, facebook, twitter etc, chrome will automatically ask you if you want to save your password.
To do this, follow the following steps:

1.    Open you chrome
2.    Click on the “three line icon”. It is located at the top right corner of you Google chrome environment, click on it.
3.    Select “setting”. When you click on “three line icon” at the top right corner, a drop down menu will appear, select “setting” from the listed options in there to proceed to the next level
4.    Click on “show advanced settings”. Inside the setting, you will see “show advance settings” click on it.
5.    Navigate to “passwords and forms. Once you click on “password and form”, the page will expands
6.    You will see two tick boxes. One is for “Enable Autofil to fill out web forms in a single click” and another is for “Offer to save you web password”
7.    Tick the two  boxes to enable auto saved password and autofil out form for you
Things to know about this feature
a.     It helps to remember your password when you forget it. You can just click on the website and make the password visible to remember you forgotten password.
b.    Remember to click save your password at the bottom of your screen whenever you log in into a new account