How to fix Google Chrome not asking to Save Password?

Whenever you sign on a website for the first time while using Google Chrome, then probably a prompt pop-up in the right corner side of the screen that asks you to save your password and you can choose an option whether to save the password or not. But sometimes many situations come when this option doesn’t appear when you need to save your password. In this article, you will be learned about the method of saving passwords automatically and manually in a step by step procedure.

 

How to Save Password in Chrome Automatically?

Do you want that Chrome to save your website password automatically? Then it is possible to as there is an option provided by the Chrome from whom you can simply save your password automatically. If you don’t know how to save passwords in Chrome automatically, then you can go through the below simple steps:

  • Open Chrome on your computer and then click on the menu which is available at the top-right corner of the screen.
  • Click on Settings and then click on Advanced section.
  • Click on Manage passwords section under the Passwords and forms.
  • Now enable the blue icon to allow for saving your password.

 

How to Save Password in Chrome Manually?

If you don’t want that Chrome to save your password without your permission, then you can manually save your password. If you don’t know how to save password in Chrome manually, then you can follow the below steps:

  • Open Chrome and then click on Settings.
  • Click on the Advanced menu.
  • Click on Manage passwords section under the Passwords and forms.
  • Now click on Delete option under the Never Saved section to enable the manually password saving mode.

With the help of these above-given steps, you can save passwords on Google Chrome automatically or manually and if you are not capable to understand this process or need any other assistance, then contact the customer service team for smooth assistance.