If you keep your website passwords in Safari, there can come a time when you need to use one on another machine, or in another browser. Here’s what you can do.
We are at a stage where the line is blurring between password managers like 1Password and the way that Safari creates and stores passwords for you. Both have their advantages, but since Safari comes built in to the Mac, iPhone and iPad, at some point you are going to save a password there.You may never notice or care, just so long as you always visit that password-protected website through Safari and on the same device, or at least the same Apple ID. But when a site’s IT staff have decided that everyone must use Chrome for no reason other than those engineers seem to like that browser, you have a tiny problem.