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Mar 10, 2018

Finally, Chrome has the opportunity to do this


Now you can export your passwords.

Google Chrome has long been able to save passwords and sync them across devices, but up to now, it has not been possible to export them.

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Now you can export your passwords.

Google Chrome has long been able to save passwords and sync them across devices, but up to now, it has not been possible to export them.

How to do it
Google now opens to allow users to export storage passwords for use in third-party password applications. If you installed Chrome 65 on PC or mobile, you can enable this via experimental features:

chrome: // flags / # Password Export

Then you will find export options through the browser settings - "Manage passwords" and "Export passwords" which will allow you to download the password file. The passwords are stored in a .csv file and Google warns that anyone who has access to the file can view the passwords.

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