How Do You Access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser?

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How Do You Access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser?
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Arc browser is one of the newest browsers available on Windows 11 and macOS. It has gained traction due to its unique intuitive interface and comes with its password manager.

However, if you have migrated from Chrome to Arc browser but still want to access your credentials stored in Google Password Manager, you can. Let’s walk you through simple steps to access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser.

How can I access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser?

  1. Launch the Arc browser, or if you haven’t downloaded it yet, visit the official Arc website. Click the Download Arc on Windows 11 button to download the installation file, and double-click the file to install the browser.Arc download Windows 11
  2. Click the New tab option from the left pane, and type passwords.google.com in the browser’s search bar.Open New tab, Google Password Manager Arc browser
  3. Click the Sign in button.Sign in - Google Password manager in Arc
  4. Enter the email address associated with your Google account and click Next.Google sign in 1
  5. Now, enter your password, and click Next.Google sign in 2
  6. Click Continue.Continue Gmail.com
  7. Once logged in, you can check the saved password list in the password manager. You can view, update, or delete any of the credentials.

How can I import passwords from Google Password Manager to Password Manager on Arc?

  1. Launch Google Chrome, click the three dots icon, then select Settings.Settings CHrome - Select How Do You Access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser?	
How Do You Access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser
  2. From the left pane, click Autofill and passwords, then select Google Password Manager.Google Password manager
  3. Go to the left pane again, choose Settings, locate Export passwords, and click Download file.Download the file
  4. Next, open the Arc browser, click the Arc icon from the top left corner, and select Settings.Arc Settings - How Do You Access Google Password Manager on the Arc browser?
  5. On the next window, locate and click Default or the Profile you want to use under Profiles.Go to profile
  6. Click Passwords from the bottom of the pop-uppasswords
  7. On the next page, click select a CSV file, then choose the file and click Open.Save the csv file
  8. Once done, you will get the Import successful message. You will also get the option to Delete the .csv file, click the checkmark if you want, then select View passwords to check the credentials.View passwords - access Google Password Manager Arc browser

So, this is how you can open your Google Password Manager on your Arc browser and manage or export them without any loss.

Google Password Manager is quite popular. Although it is available through the Google Chrome browser, it can be run on any device and any available browser. Also, it comes as something other than a stand-alone app or extension.

If you want to explore other password managers for better security and safety, you can look at the best offline password managers that can help you manage your passwords.

Also, if you are interested in knowing more about this browser, check out our detailed review on the Arc browser.

Have you tried using Google Password Manager on the Arc browser? If so, share your experience with our readers in the comments section below.

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