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Google Password Manager now enables users to add notes to their new & old passwords

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Users should soon anticipate a new update for Google Password Manager. The most recent updates, according to the rumors, will soon permit users to add their notes to their passwords, whether they are new or old. The business announced a few weeks ago that the future functionality is anticipated to be included in the January 2023 Play System upgrade. The search engine behemoth claims that a new feature for Google Password Manager will soon allow users to make notes on their current/old passwords, as XDA Developers reported on Thursday, Jan. 19. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]Password Checkup: Google is here to clean up your terrible password habits Image credit- Chrome Unboxed[/caption] Along with the developer tools that will be added over time, Google notes on its support website that other enhancements to the Play Games profile are anticipated. Additionally, the business will make the platform's present QR code scanner more functional. In this approach, users will be able to scan gallery photographs from their devices as well as use UPI and Matter codes they can obtain from third-party camera apps. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2000"]Google Chrome 101 implements Password Notes feature via a flag Image credit- Chrome Unboxed[/caption] According to the reports, the update may soon enable developers to use new app services related to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. You can now find the apps and games you enjoy thanks to new features. Downloads and installation are now quicker and more dependable thanks to optimizations. Play Protect is always being improved to keep your device secure. various bug repairs, performance enhancements, and security, stability, and accessibility upgrades.

By Monica Green

I am specialised in latest tech and tech discoveries.


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