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Google Password Manager Improved with Five New Features

Posted June 8, 2023 | Google | Google Password Manager | Mobile | Mozilla Firefox | passwords | Web browsers | Windows

Google Password Manager now supports additional authentication methods, password notes, easier importing from other password managers, and more.

“Google Password Manager instantly generates unique passwords and auto-fills them when you log into your Google Account on Chrome from your computer, Android or iOS device,” Google’s Patrick Nepper writes. “Today, we’re introducing five new features to make Google Password Manager even more secure, helpful, and easy to use.”

Those new features are:

Improved integration with Google Chrome. Google Password Manager will soon have a dedicated user interface in the Chrome web browser on desktop, so you can easily review your stored passwords and configure password settings. You can access this by choosing “Password Manager” in the Chrome menu or by opening Chrome settings and navigating to Autofill and passwords.

Biometric authentication on desktop. Google Password Manager already supports biometric authentication (facial or fingerprint recognition) on mobile, but this functionality is coming to desktop, too, so PC users will be able to authenticate using Windows Hello.

Password notes. You can now add a note to any password saved in the Google Password Manager. This can be helpful if you use multiple accounts for the same site or need to store a PIN, a membership number, or any other data that’s associated with an account.

Import from other password managers. I’m surprised this wasn’t already a feature, but you can now import passwords from other password managers in CSV format using the desktop version of Chrome. There are instructions for exporting from various password managers here.

Password Checkup comes to iPhone. Google Password Manager supports a feature called Password Checkup on desktop and Android that checks the security of your saved passwords. It will report back when any have been compromised, are weak, or reused, and help you correct any issues. Password Checkup is now available on iPhone, too.

You can learn more about the Google Password Manager on the Google Password Manager website.

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