Passwords saved in Google Password: learn how to see

Anyone using Google Chrome or an Android device must have noticed that Google always asks if you want to save your password when you sign in to a website or app. This service, known as Google Password, is great for those who have difficulty remembering all passwords, especially if they are all different. But did you know that you can see passwords saved in Google Password at any time and not only when you log in to a website?

Although it is not so intuitive, there is a website reserved only for this service where you can check passwords saved in Google Password at any time. To find out how to do this, check out our guide below!

What is Google Password?

First of all, it might be better to explain what Google Password is to those who don't know much about it. This service is basically a password manager that collects and stores your login data (your username and password) every time you sign in to a new website or app.

It is present in Google Chrome and Android and only saves your passwords when you allow it. You may have seen Google asking dozens of times if you want to save your username and password and that is exactly when Google Password is being used.

As we mentioned, not everyone knows, but you can see passwords saved in Google Password and even manage them at any time. That is exactly what we will show you with this tutorial.

Be sure to also check out our tips on the best apps for managing passwords!

How to see passwords saved in Google Password?

Knowing more about Google Password, it's time to see your passwords saved and manage them as you see fit. To begin, you must open the Google Password website, which you can do by accessing the link, and follow the steps below:

Step 1: when entering the site, you will have to log in to your Google account if you are not already logged in. If you use your Gmail in your preferred browser, chances are you’re already logged in and don’t need to do anything.

first steps to manage passwords

As soon as you enter the Google Passwords website, you will see a notice telling you what the service is and how it works. Just click on “First steps” to continue.

Step 2: with this, you will see the password manager right away. This means that you will see a huge list of all the sites you have already signed in to and have chosen to save your password with Google Passwords.

passwords saved in google password manager

You can move on by clicking on one of the listed sites or using the search bar to search for a specific saved site.

Step 3: When you do this, you will be taken to a page dedicated only to the password of the website you have chosen. Here you will see an icon to copy your username and password and an icon to show the password, which will be hidden by default.

copy passwords

Step 4: otherwise, you will have the opportunity to edit or delete your passwords saved in Google Password. If you choose to delete, you will only be deleting your Google Password information and not the site where you use that password.

edit passwords

This can be useful if you don't want a certain password saved there.

Step 5: the edit option serves to change your username and password, but only in Google Password. This means that any changes here will not change the login on the page of the website where it is actually used.

passwords saved in google password save

This option is good if you have changed your login on the site, but have forgotten to save the new version in Google Password.

And this is how you can see your passwords saved in Google Password with ease! You can repeat this process whenever you need to manage your information on this Google service.

Did you like the guide?

Did you take advantage of our tutorial to learn how to see your passwords saved in Google Password? So don't forget to leave your comment telling us if you were able to follow our steps straight or if you had any questions.

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