Google Password Manager makes it simple to use a strong, unique password for all your online accounts.When you use Google Password Manager, passwords are saved in your Google Account.
You can use Google Password Manager to:
- Create and save strong, unique passwords that you don’t have to remember.
- Protect all your saved passwords with built-in security.
- Automatically fill in passwords from your Google Account.
How Google Password Manager can improve your online security
A safer way to manage your passwords
Stolen passwords are one of the most common ways that accounts are compromised.
To help protect your accounts, you can use Google Password Manager to:
- Suggest strong, unique passwords to avoid multiple account compromises from a single stolen password.
- Notify you about unsafe passwords. If passwords you’ve saved are published on the internet, Google Password Manager canhelp you change any unsafe passwords.
- Help block unauthorized access. Your passwords are stored behind Google’s built-in security using encryption. To view passwords, you’ll need to sign in again.
Tip: To add more security to your saved passwords, you can add recovery info and turn on 2-Step Verification.
Use Google Password Manager
To use Google Password Manager on your computer, you can either:
- Turn on sync in Chrome.
- Sign in to Chrome and allow Chrome to use passwords from your Google Account when asked.
Save & use passwords
Create, save, and fill passwords with Chrome
When you create a new account on a site, Chrome can suggest a strong, unique password. If you use a suggested password, it’s automatically saved.
If you enter a new password on a site, Chrome can ask to save it. To accept, click Save.
- To view the password that was entered, click Preview .
- If there are multiple passwords on the page, click Down . Choose the password you want to save.
- If your username is blank or incorrect, tap the text box next to "Username." Enter the username you want to save.
- If you want to save a different password, click the text box next to "Password." Enter the password you want to save. Then select Save.
If Chrome doesn’t offer to save your passwords
Save your password if you aren't asked to automatically
- On your computer, open Chrome .
- Enter your info on the website you want to save the password for.
- To the right of the address bar, click Passwords Save.
If you don't see Passwords , delete your password and try to sign in again.
Turn offers to save passwords on or off
By default, Chrome offers to save your password. You can turn password saving on or off in your Google Account or in Chrome:
- On your computer, open Chrome .
- At the top right, click Profile Passwords .
- Turn Offer to save passwords on or off.
Sign in with a saved password on Chrome
If you saved your password to Chrome on a previous visit to a website, Chrome can help you sign in.
- On your computer, go to a site you've visited before.
- Go to the site’s sign-in form.
- If you’ve saved a single username and password for the site: Chrome can fill in the sign-in form automatically.
- If you’ve saved more than one username and password: Select the username field and choose the sign-in info you want to use.
Switch to Google Password Manager
You can import passwords to your Google Account from another service.
Manage & secure your passwordsView, delete, or export saved passwords
Your passwords are saved in your Google Account.
To view a list of accounts with saved passwords, go to passwords.google.comorview your passwordsin Chrome. To view passwords, you need to sign in again.
- To view a password: Select an account Preview .
- To delete a password: Select an account Delete.
- To export your passwords: Select Settings Export passwords.
Tip: If you use a sync passphrase,you can view your passwords in Chrome’s settings.
You can check all your saved passwords at once to find out if they are:
- Published on the internet
- Exposed in a data breach
- Potentially weak and easy to guess
- Used on multiple accounts
To check your saved passwords, go to Password Checkup.
- Go to passwords.google.com.
- In the top right, select Settings .
- From here you can manage your settings.
- Offer to save passwords: Manage offers to save passwords in Android and Chrome.
- Manage offers to passwords for specific sites or apps: You can choose to never save passwords for specific sites. When you're prompted to save a password, select Never.If you decide later to save this password, select Remove next to the name of the site or app.
- Auto sign-in: You can automatically sign in to sites and apps using info you’ve saved. You can turn Auto sign-in off if you want to provide confirmation before signing in.
- Password alerts: You can get notified when your saved passwords are found online.
- On-device encryption: Encrypt your passwords on your device before they're saved to Google Password Manager. Learn how to encrypt your passwords on your device. This feature isn't available for Workspace users.
How Google Password Manager handles your data
Google Password Manager collects certain information to perform services on your device. Some of this functionality uses Google Play services. For example, the Google Password Manager collects this information for analytics and troubleshooting purposes:
- Page views and taps in the app
- Crash logs
Data is encrypted in transit.