Sticky Password Initial Setup on Windows: Google Chrome Integration

As part of the Sticky Password installation process you can integrate it with Google Chrome. This enables Chrome to log you into websites automatically by using your passwords stored in Sticky Password.

Sticky Password Chrome integration has seven steps.


1) Go to Google Chrome Web Store

Sticky Password web browser integration process will automatically open the "Enable Sticky Password in Chrome" webpage in Google Chrome.

Click on "Go to Web Store" to continue.


Web page with a button to go to Google Chrome Web StoreGo to Google Chrome Web Store

2) Install add-on in Chrome

You are now on the "Sticky Password manager & safe" Chrome add-on page.

Click on "Add to Chrome" to add this add-on to your Chrome web browser.


Install add-on in ChromeAdd to Chrome

3) Approve adding add-on to Chrome

"Sticky Password manager & safe" Chrome add-on needs three (3) permissions granted.

Click on "Add extension".


Approve adding add-on to ChromeAllow add-on permissions

4) Turn on Chrome sync if you need it

If you use Google Chrome as your primary web browser, you may want to "Turn on sync..." here to have the "Sticky Password manager & safe" extension installed automatically on all your computers.

If you don't use Chrome as your primary browser or don't want to "Turn on sync...", then close the pop-up window by clicking on the "X" in the upper right corner.

If you don't turn on Chrome sync and want to do it later, you can.

You can also keep Chrome sync turned off and follow these same steps if you want to integrate Sticky Password with Chrome on another computer.


Pop-up window asking if you want to turn on Chrome syncTurn on Chrome sync if you need it

5) Open Chrome Add-ons Manager

Click on the "three vertical dots" icon in the upper right corner, and then select "Settings".


On Chrome configuration menu, select SettingsOpen Chrome Add-ons Manager

6) Click on Extensions

On the left vertical menu, click on "Extensions".


Google Chrome Settings page showing Click on Extensions

7) Confirm Sticky Password add-on has been installed

You are now on the "Extensions" Chrome configuration page.

You should see the "Sticky Password manager & safe" Chrome add-on installed and turned on.


Chrome configuration screen showing Sticky Password add-on is installed and enabledConfirm Sticky Password add-on has been installed

8) Congratulations!

Your Google Chrome web browser is now connected with Sticky Password and will automatically log you into websites.

Return to Sticky Password Initial Setup on Windows for instructions on adding Sticky Password integration to other web browsers, or to finish the initial Sticky Password setup if you have no other web browsers you would like to integrate with Sticky Password.

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