In general, when you sign in a website in Google for the first time, a prompt will pop up in the top-right corner to remind you of saving your password. But you don't know somehow, it doesn't appear this time. Take it easy, we will walk you through the process of solving this problem by saving passwords in automatically and manually.
Why Chrome Not Asking to Save Passwords?
This must be a troublesome problem to someone who use Chrome frequently, so in order to solve problem,we have found there are three cases in total when Google doesn't show you the prompt.
As for these cases just mentioned, we will provide corresponding solution for you. Step by step to solve it in the following.
If you haven't checked or chosen the option "Offer to save your web passwords" in Settings, there won't show a notification when you sign in any site. In this case, you can make Chrome to save your passwords automatically again by the following steps.
As for case 2, when you select the option "never for this site" to forbid Chrome saving your passwords, the prompt won't appear again. So how to make Chrome ask you for the second time? Let's move on.
Once you have tried all methods above but it doesn't work at all, there may be some sites don't allow you to save password in Chrome. Keep reading to save your password in Chrome manually.
Step 1: In the address box, type "chrome://flags/#enable-password-force-saving", press Enter. Then choose Enabled in the drop down menu and tap on RELAUNCH NOW button.
Step 2: Relaunch your Google Chrome. Go to the unable saved password website, input your account and passwords. Right click in the password entry box before logging in, then choose the save password option. Thus you can see the notification appears in the top-right corner as normal.