What should I do when chrome is not asking to save password
Updated: Thursday, 6 February, 2020
What Should I Do When Chrome Is Not Asking To Save Password?
Google Chrome is a secure, speedy, user-friendly, and cross-platform browser designed by Google. So, usually, when any people as you first time signing a website in Google, then automatically a quick will pop up at the top-right side corner of the page, to remind you for saving the password. But sometimes it doesn't appear, means chrome not asking to save password. But you don’t need to worry, just take an easy way. Here the article will give the correct information to quickly solve this issue or saving a password manually and automatically.
Steps to Fix Issue When Chrome Is Not Asking To Save Password?
Walkthrough the Step by Step to fix the issue, in the following ways.
Solution 1: - By Automatically Way
When automatically Chrome Not Asking to Save Passwords. Then don’t irritate. You can make it again to automatically asking to save a password option in chrome. Follow these steps.
Step 1: - Turn On "Save Web Passwords" Option
If you haven’t selected the option "Offer to save your web passwords" in “Settings”, there won't display a notice when you sign in any site. In this situation, you can make Chrome to save your passwords automatically again by switching on "Auto Sign-in" through the following steps.
Go to the top-right corner, and hit “More” and then “Settings”.
Then, scroll down, tick on the “Advanced” option.
Next, go to the “Passwords and forms” section, and hit on “Manage passwords”.
Now, change it on to select the option "Offer to save your web passwords".
Step 2: - Correct or Delete the Option “Chrome to Never Offer to Save Password”
In the second case, why pop-up prompt is not appearing again? The answer is if you already selected the option "never for this site" to prohibit Chrome from saving your passwords. But, this you can make again. So, let's see how to make Chrome for asking your password for the second time? Have a look.
At the top-right side of the page, hit on “Settings”, then scroll down and expand “Advanced”.
Go to the section “Passwords and forms”, and then tick the “Manage passwords” option.
In the “Never saved” section, hit on “Delete” at the end of row.
Solution 2: - By Manually Way
Some Websites Not Allow to Save Passwords in Chrome. So, if you followed all the above steps, but it doesn't work at all. That means, there may be an issue with websites, as some sites don't permit to save a password in Chrome. Keep this thing in mind, so in this case, you have to Manually Save passwords in Chrome by switching to the "enabled" option.
Follow these steps: -
Step 1: - In the address box, type "chrome://flags/#enable-password-force-saving", and then press “Enter” key. Then select “Enabled” in the drop-down menu and then hit on the “RELAUNCH NOW” button.
Step 2: - After relaunching Google Chrome. Go to the unable saved password website, enter your credentials like account and passwords. Right-click in the password entry box previously logging in, then select the “save password” option. Thus, you can see the notice or pop-up looks in the top-right corner as usual.
I hope, the issue is resolved by following all the above steps or solutions.
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