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12/2/11
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freethinkingjeff

changes in the gmail login page no longer allows you to save your login info

Explain your issue in full detail here:  Does anyone remember what the old gmail login page looked like?  It allowed to save your username and password so that when you click on the red envelope icon (that I have on my toolbar), I get the log-in page, but my info is already in there, and all I have to do is click enter and I am in.  Ever since Google made changes to their log-in page for gmail, it no longer saves the information.  I wrote about this before, and all I got was that Google is not responsible, the problem is with the browser.  Bu that doesn't make sense at all.  Because I didin't make any changes to my browser, and this occurrence happened immediately after Google made the changes to their gmail log-in page.  If you could please put back the old page or fix the new one so that it willl keep my sign-in information in the log-in username and password boxes even when I am not logged in, I would greatly appreciate it.  I am not sure if sign-in and log-in is the same thing because I don't want to remain logged in;  I just want to keep the information in the box.  The reason why I want this is because it is not my information.  I live with another person and share the same computer.  The information that we want saved is her information.  She has another email that she uses.  But when I am away, we like to use the instant chat feature and it is helpful to her have the information
ready to go when she clicks the red envelople.  And yes, I put the check in the box.  It doesn't work.  If someone could help, I would greatly appreciate it.




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LMckin51-G-Suite-Product Expert
12/2/11
LMckin51-G-Suite-Product Expert
You need to check to see if your browser auto complete is turn on see link below

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