Have you gotten used to creating and saving passwords with the built-in Safari AutoFill feature on Mac, but aren’t sure where they are stored? Follow along for how to view and edit saved passwords on your Mac.
It’s become easy to use saved passwords in Safari to log in to websites without having to manually type in your credentials. However, sometimes you might need to view your passwords, or you might want to edit or remove old credentials.
Mac: How to view and edit passwords saved with Safari
- Open Safari
- Click Safari → Preferences…
- Click the Passwords tab at the top of the window, and enter your Mac’s password
- Click on an item to view the password, double-click the password (or user name) to edit
Follow along with the images below for a more detailed walkthrough:
If it’s not already selected, click Passwords at the top of the preferences window and enter your Mac’s password or use Touch ID.
Now you can click any item to view the password or make changes. Double click a field (user name, password, etc.) to make edits.
If you’d like to delete multiple items at a time, hold the command key while clicking items, then use the Remove button in the bottom right corner. Use the Add button to create a new entry.
There’s also a handy search option in the top right corner of the preferences window.
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