Sometimes, you may get the need to login to one of your accounts on a different browser or a different device but unfortunately, you don’t remember the password to that account. If you have saved the password on Safari, you would be able to recover it from there. Mac’s Safari lets the users save account passwords when you first log in to your account.
The saved data can be retrieved from Safari “preferences”.
In this guide, we will show you how to retrieve saved passwords in Safari on Mac.
View Saved Passwords in Safari on mac
Here’s how you can find saved passwords in Safari on mac:
- Launch Safari on your mac and click on “Safari” on the menu bar at the top of the screen.
- From the drop-down menu, select “Preferences”.
- “Preferences” window will appear on the screen, click on the “Passwords” icon which looks like a key.
- Safari will tell you that the “Passwords Are Locked”, enter the mac user account password to unlock it.
- All the accounts passwords that have been saved in Safari on mac will be revealed to you. Here, you’ll find the complete detail of the account including the website, user name, and Password.
- From the list find the account you’re looking for and click on it to retrieve the password.
Remember the password and type it where needed. Make sure to not copy and paste it from where it can be approached by a non-authorized person.