How to Add Notes to Saved Passwords in Google Chrome

Google recently added an option to add notes to passwords saved in Chrome. This article explains how to add notes to your passwords.

Add Notes to Passwords

Password notes are useful when you need to include an additional piece of information related to the website. The notes feature is currently under development. You will need the following flag enabled for this feature to work:

Password notes in settings: Enables a note section for each password on the settings page. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Fuchsia

Time needed: 1 minute

To add a note to your passwords, complete the following steps:

  1. Open Google Chrome settings.

    Click the three-dots settings menu and then choose Settings or open chrome://settings in a new tab.

  2. Select Autofill

    From the left panel, select Autofill.

  3. Select Passwords.

    Select Passwords on the Autofill page.

  4. Edit the password to add a note.

    Click the three-dots settings icon next to the password you want to add the note.

  5. If asked, enter your computer’s password.

    For security, Chrome might ask you to enter your computer’s password. Enter this and click OK.

  6. Add the note.

    Add your note to the Note field.

  7. Click Save.

    Click Save to save your changes.

This completes adding notes to saved passwords in Google Chrome. Questions? Let me know in the comments section below.

One response to “How to Add Notes to Saved Passwords in Google Chrome”

  1. This only works if you have the following flag set

    Visit chrome://flags
    Search for notes, in the dropdown next to “Password notes in Settings“, select “Enabled”

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