Google Chrome users can now edit passwords in the Canary version.

You can now modify your saved password with the new Edit Password option in chrome, which is available on the password settings page. This feature is currently available when a logo of the setting interface is activated in Chrome Canary in Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS.

Google Chrome users can now edit passwords in the Canary version.

Google Chrome Password Manager remembers the username and password you enter on your website and fills it in automatically on your next visit. You can view and manage passwords saved in your Chrome browser by visiting chrome:settings/passwords.

Firefox Password Manager, also known as Firefox Lockwise, has long been able to change website passwords on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms, but Chrome Password Manager lacks the option to change or update passwords, and Google added this feature to the Canary version today.

To get started, activate the feature as follows:

1. Launch Chrome.

2. Visit the chrome:flags page.

3. Search for “Edit password in Settings” in settings

Google Chrome users can now edit passwords in the Canary version.

4. Select Enabled from the drop-down menu and restart the browser.

5. Click on the Chrome menu to set up the auto-fill password, or visit Chrome::settings/passwords.

Google Chrome users can now edit passwords in the Canary version.

6. Under Saved Password, click On “More Actions” and notice that the new “Edit Password” option replaces “Details” and select it to open a completely new interface, and if you want to update or edit your password, you may want to see the password first, so click on the eye icon and enter the Windows password. Once the authentication is successful, you can change your password and save it to your Chrome browser.

Google Chrome users can now edit passwords in the Canary version.