When you want to ensure that you don’t forget passwords for important sites, you might be more inclined to use a password manager. They will do a better job at keeping your passwords safe. But, if you want to save passwords for the less important sites, you might be tempted to save them on your browser.
But, after a while, those passwords can build up. That’s when it’s time to look at your saved passwords to see which ones have to go. You’ll also see how you can prevent the Brave browser from asking you if you want to save the login info you recently entered. If you ever change your mind, you can always change it.
How to Find Saved Passwords on Brave
You’ve saved so many passwords on your browser that you may even be a little afraid to see how many they are. They are not going anywhere, so it’s best to start erasing them a few at a time if that helps. Once the browser is open, click on the three-lined menu at the top right and go to Settings.
Once you’re in Settings, click on the autofill option on your left. When the option is chosen, you should see the Password option appear on your right.
When you click on the Password option, you should see a list of all the passwords the browser has saved. At the top, you’ll see the option to disable the option to make Brave stop asking you to save your login information.
If there is a password, you want to add, click on the Add button and add the necessary information. Under the Saved Passwords section, you’ll see all the passwords you ever saved. To copy, edit, or remove a password, click on the dots to the right and choose your option. To search for a specific password, you can use the search tool at the top. Type the site’s name, and under Saved Passwords, the only one visible will be the one you’re looking for.
Keeping your passwords organized on Brave is quick and easy. With a few clicks here and there, you can access all the passwords you’ve saved and see which ones you want to keep or erase. You’ll even find the option to add a password in the same area, just in case you change your mind. Do you have a lot of passwords to erase? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.