/chrome/community?hl=en
/chrome/community?hl=en
12/21/08
Original Poster
Luke_Smith

Google Chrome Master Password?

Google, Why does your browser Chrome not have a master password for saved passwords? This is ridiculous
Community content may not be verified or up-to-date. Learn more.
Recommended Answer
Was this answer helpful?
How can we improve it?
All Replies (999)
murk
12/27/08
murk
+1 - this is a big oversight (along with this it needs the ability to 'sign out' of master password, so that a family member can 'just use the computer for a bit' without forcing a user-change,
12/28/08
Original Poster
Luke_Smith
Agreed. This would require minor programming but would make a huge difference. It's the reason Chrome is not my default browser.
nihil
1/27/09
nihil
Agreed!
 
I also want customized search bar like mozilla!!!
jeanluc.malet
2/9/09
jeanluc.malet
I also agree... this is one of the marjor feature that lacks....
they speak about security, however without encryption all password can be retrived easely....
there is already a way to use profile directories....
I would like to know if this feature is planed?
nakro
2/9/09
nakro
if by a master password you mean a password which will automatically log you in to all your sites,then i agree 100%
there is a wrong assumption in windows that different users use different user names, which is simply not the case in real life
if one user/password would allow me access to all my sites i would be very happy
what is even more, i wouldn't mind saving this info in the "cloud" so that everywhere i go with one password
i can unlock all my sites
993 MORE
Olao99
1/22/13
Olao99
Please add a master password!!
 
This question is locked and replying has been disabled. Still have questions? Ask the Help Community.

Badges

Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community.

 
Expert - Google Employee — Googler guides and community managers
 
Expert - Community Specialist — Google partners who share their expertise
 
Expert - Gold — Trusted members who are knowledgeable and active contributors
 
Expert - Platinum — Seasoned members who contribute beyond providing help through mentoring, creating content, and more
 
Expert - Alumni — Past members who are no longer active, but were previously recognized for their helpfulness
 
Expert - Silver — New members who are developing their product knowledge
Community content may not be verified or up-to-date. Learn more.

Levels

Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum. The greater the participation, the higher the level. Everyone starts at level 1 and can rise to level 10. These activities can increase your level in a forum:

  • Post an answer.
  • Having your answer selected as the best answer.
  • Having your post rated as helpful.
  • Vote up a post.
  • Correctly mark a topic or post as abuse.

Having a post marked and removed as abuse will slow a user's advance in levels.

View profile in forum?

To view this member's profile, you need to leave the current Help page.

Report abuse in forum?

This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To report abuse, you need to leave the current Help page.

Reply in forum?

This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To reply, you need to leave the current Help page.