One of the features of Google Chrome is the ability for it to remember and save your passwords to the websites you visit that require a login. This is useful if you use Chrome across multiple devices as it lets you log in quickly without you having to input your login credentials.
However, it is a far cry from other password managers that can do the same thing but offer up additional features, like adding notes to saved passwords for better context. The good news is that you will soon be able to do that with Chrome. This is according to a post on Reddit by u/Leopeva64-2 who spotted the change in the latest Chrome Canary build.
As you can see in the screenshot above, Chrome’s password saving window now has an additional text field where you can add a note to the password. This can be useful because it lets you keep track of things like when you last changed the password, or if there is additional information that you want to add for context.
Some websites might also require additional login information that sometimes password managers can’t fill, so you can also keep that information there. That being said, since this is a Canary build it isn’t available to all users just yet, but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for the public release.