Easy Ways To Find Your Lost Passwords With Google

Easy Ways To Find Your Lost Passwords With Google

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There are so many ways to recover a lost password for your social media and web accounts. It can be quite tedious trying to remember each username and passwords for accounts across the web. With the following steps, you can find most of your lost passwords with your Google account.

If you use Google’s Chrome browser, most of the time after registering on a website or even when signing in, a notification prompt will be displayed by the browser. This notification prompt will ask you if you would like to save the registration/sign in details or not. There are a lot of people who don’t know that these passwords are saved directly to your google account.

For example, imagine you wanted to sign in to Facebook, with a new device or new browser and you can’t remember your password. You always know that the chrome browser usually fills the login details automatically. The new browser doesn’t know your password because you have not saved it there. You don’t need to click on the option that says “forgotten password” and then set up a new password all over again. There are different ways to recover your lost passwords without having to set up a new password all over again.

How to find passwords with Chrome browser for iOS and Android

The process of finding your passwords with Chrome browser for an iOS device like the iPhone and iPad is simple. Just follow these steps.

  • Open the Chrome browser on your iOS device.
  • Locate “Settings”.
  • Open “Passwords”.
an image locating settings and clicking on passwords on iphone
an image showing passwords' page on iphone

The process of finding your passwords with Chrome browser for Android is the same process.

Open Chrome browser => Settings => Passwords.

image locating passwords on android
an image showing the passwords page on android

When you click on passwords, you will find all your saved passwords. You can use the search panel to search for a specific account’s email/username and password.

NOTE: Finding your passwords with Chrome browser requires you to be signed in with your google account on the browser.

How to find passwords with Chrome browser for Windows

For finding passwords with Chrome browser for windows desktop, follow these steps:

  • First of all, open the Chrome desktop app.
  • Locate your Google account settings on the browser.
  • Click on Passwords.
an image showing the google chrome passwords page in windows

How to find passwords with your Google account

You can also find password saved in your Google account without using the Chrome browser. This method will require you to log in your Google account on any browser or device you want to use.

  • Go to passwords.google.com on any browser.
  • Sign in.
  • After sign in, you will see a password manager where you can see all your saved Google passwords in your account.

Conclusion

In conclusion, finding a password from your google account is simple. Remember that before a password can be saved on your google account, you must be signed in. If you can’t find the password, then maybe you weren’t signed in or you stopped your browser from saving the password.

Also remember that keeping your account safe is what is most important. You can bookmark this page to check this post anytime you can’t remember a password. You must ensure that your online accounts are safe. Check here to find out how you can use 2FA to secure your web accounts easily and for free.

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