One of the many amenities of Google Chrome is that contains a password manager which allows us to skip the trouble of writing them down again and again because you can save them and auto complete them.
Whether you want to see from which sites you have allowed your password to be saved and you wish to remove said access or simply modify it, read on in this tutorial as we will show you how to do it.
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Manage and see where your saved passwords are:
You must open Chrome on your phone, then go to Settings and click on Passwords.
To view your saved passwords:
Since you are in the Passwords section, you will see all the pages where you left any of them stored, there you must click on the one you want to see and select the EYE icon.
* This step will request your biometric data or fingerprint to access the display of passwords.
To delete an access:
If you want to delete a password saved on a website, just click on the trash icon, select delete and go.
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To export your saved passwords:
Repeat the first step of this tutorial to get to the Passwords section in Google Chrome.
Click on the three dots at the top and then on Export passwords
* A warning message will appear, click Export passwords again.
And finally, select if you want to send the file to someone you trust, by email or save it to Google Drive.
This tutorial can be applied in the same way on both iPhone and Android.