Google Chrome can save your site passwords and help you fill them out automatically the next time you visit your sites. If you haven't already, see how you can enable Chrome's built-in password management on both your desktop and mobile.
Ways to save passwords in Chrome
There are three ways to enable the ability to save a password in Chrome. Keep in mind that Chrome syncs your passwords with your Google Account, which means that if you enable Chrome to store passwords on one device, that change automatically applies to all your connected devices.
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Save Chrome passwords for desktops
To enable Chrome password management on your Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, first open Chrome on your computer.
In the upper-right corner of Chrome, click the three dots.
From the three-dot menu, select "Settings".
On the "Settings" page, on the left sidebar, click "AutoFill".
In the "AutoFill" section on the right, click on "Passwords".
At the top of the "Passwords" page, select the "Offer to save passwords" option.
And you are ready. From now on, when you sign in to a site in Chrome on any of your devices, your browser will ask you to save your password for that site. You can then also manually save saved passwords in Chrome.
Save passwords in Chrome for mobile
To get Chrome on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device to offer password storage, open Chrome on your phone.
Tap the three dots in Chrome on your phone. If you use Android, these dots are located in the upper right corner of Chrome. If you use an iPhone or iPad, you will find these dots in the lower right corner.
In the menu with the three dots that opens, click "Settings".
On the "Settings" page, in the "Basics" section, click "Passwords".
On the "Passwords" page, switch to "Save passwords".
And you're ready!
Save passwords in Chrome using the Password Manager website
The third way to enable Chrome to save your site passwords is to toggle an option on the Google Password Management site. The advantage of this option is that it allows you to enable the feature even when using a browser other than Chrome.
To use this method, open a web browser on your device and access the Google Password Manager website. Sign in to the site with the same Google Account you use in Chrome.
When the site opens Password Manager, in the upper right-hand corner, click on "Password Options" (a gear icon).
You will land on a "Settings" page. Here, at the top, select the "Offer to save passwords" option.
Are you ready!
From now on, regardless of the method you used above, Chrome will start asking you to save passwords on all your connected devices. Very comfortable!
Source of information: howtogeek.com