Today we are going to teach you how to see your passwords saved in Chrome from any browser or device, regardless of whether you have Google’s browser installed or not. In Xataka Basics we have already taught you how to manage your Chrome passwords from the browser itself, and now it’s time to see how you can do it outside of it.
To be able to do this, you must log in with your Google user in Chrome so that the browser synchronizes the passwords. In this way, for example, when you are going to change your browser or you are at a relative’s house and you do not remember how to enter another device with your account, you will always have your list of passwords at hand. All just by entering a single web page.
Check your Google passwords
The first thing you have to do is enter passwords.google.com. From this page, you will be able to see all the passwords of your Google account, and you will be able to consult them whenever you want from any mobile or desktop browser. When you do, you will first have to confirm that it is you by typing your password.
When you do, you will enter the Google Passwords page. In it, firstly you will have two configurable preferences to remember the passwords of your mobile apps, and secondly, you will be able to enable automatic login in applications and web pages. Right below is where you have a complete list of all your saved passwords.
In the list, the passwords will be ordered by the name of the website, and they will indicate the username you use to identify yourself. There is also a space for passwords, but this is blocked so that you cannot see either the password itself or how many digits it has.
To the right of each of the blocked passwords, you will see the icon in the shape of an eye that you have to click on to automatically reveal the password. Next to it, you will have the icon of a trash can so that Google forgets that saved password.
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