Removing Saved Passwords (Google Chrome)

by Luke Eclipse-Ujano Updated on

As different websites ask you to change passwords regularly, you may be faced with a problem as your browser autofills your log in credentials with the wrong password! Here is how to remove the saved log in on Google Chrome.

Click on the menu button in the top right corner (shown as three vertical dots), then press Settings

Settings - Google Chrome

1.1. Faster Method: Go to: chrome://settings/passwords

In the address bar, type: chrome://settings/passwords and press enter.

Settings - Passwords - Google Chrome

2. Autofill >> Passwords

Look for Autofill, then click on Passwords

Settings - Google Chrome

3. Search for Website

Infinite Campus logins are saved as a microsoftonline.com website. Look for your HIDOE Azure login to confirm that it is the one.

Settings - Passwords - Google Chrome

Click on the three dots on the right of the password you want to delete, then click on remove.

Settings - Passwords - Google Chrome


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