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> Is it possible to save passwords in the browser?
post Mar 10 2019, 12:31 PM
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I have checked "save passwords" in the browser settings, but absolutely no passwords are saved. When I enter a site with a saved login, I have to enter the password manually again.

Thus, I use Firefox, which has a Bitwarden plugin, which is actually working.

However, the built-in browser is easier to navigate AND there is more screen real-estate in it.

Thus, I wonder whether:
A) it is possible to get the save passwords to work?
cool.gif it is possible to add an addon to the built-in browser?
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