Turn the Microsoft Authenticator app into a password manager

Turn the Microsoft Authenticator app into a password manager


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Turning the Microsoft Authenticator app into a password manager tool can usually handle passwords between different browsers between your computer and mobile device, a password manager if you are not using the Microsoft app Authenticator, two-factor online authentication accounts are designed to provide this functionality and also allow you to manage passwords in Microsoft Edge and Chrome browsers.


The Microsoft Authenticator app is different from the others, however the authentication app is not the same as the password managers with full features like LastPass, Dashlane, Keeper and 1Password, however with functionality Limited and browser support, the free Microsoft Authenticator has its own. use, the app can sync website passwords with extensions on iOS / iPadOS and Android devices, and Chrome on the desktop.


Create a Microsoft account


You need a Microsoft account for this to work, and if you don't already have a Microsoft account website, create an account with your current or new email address, create a password, and follow the steps required to create an account.


Enable password settings


Once your account is created, you can install the Microsoft Authenticator app from the Apple Store, and also the App Store or Google play, and after installing the app you will need to select it as the device password manager. go to Settings> Password> Automatically enter password Settings> Password> Automatic password entry on iPhone or iPad, check the Authenticator entry, and if your keychain is selected, you should also turn it off.


While on Android, go to the following location: Settings> System> Language & Input> AutoFill Service Settings> System> Language & Input> AutoFill Service, or download on the device, and in the AutoFill services list, tap the Authenticator entry.




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