Safari offers a great feature to create and save the password in the built-in Safari AutoFill feature on Mac. The built-in password manager autofill website usernames and passwords for users for future logins and saving time.
Every time a user logs into a new website or with a new ID, Safari asks if the user wants to save the information or not. It also stores credit cards and contact information. Users with iCloud Keychain Access can set it up across multiple devices like iPhones and iPads as well.
It becomes really easy to use saved passwords in the browser without having to manually type in your passwords every time. However, users may want to view their passwords, edit them, or remove old credentials from stored information.
How to view saved passwords from Safari on Mac
Here is how users can view saved passwords from Safari on their Macs:
- Open Safari browser.
- Click Safari in the top left corner > Preferences.
- Click on the Passwords tab at the top.
- Enter your Mac’s password as passwords and other credentials are protected.
- A list view of all your saved passwords will appear on your screen.
- Click on an item to view, change, or delete a password.
- Users can double click any password or username to edit it.
- If you want to delete multiple passwords, hold the command key and start selecting items. Then click on Remove at the bottom right corner.
The autofill feature is a go-to solution for all Mac users when it comes to saving their passwords for easy access when logging in on a website. However, it can be a bit unsafe to save all your passwords on a browser. However, Apple has a very strict and well-protected cybersecurity system that is well trusted by users and is widely used by millions to sync and use all their passwords across multiple devices.