One of the great time-saving benefits of LastPass is that it remembers your passwords. When you visit a website login, LastPass fills the credentials for you – no typing required!
There are a couple of ways to add a site (or save a password) onto LastPass.
Step 1: Go to a site you frequently use
Step 2: Enter your username and password
Step 3: Click the grey LastPass icon in fields
Step 4: Confirm site details and click Save Site
The next time you visit the same website to log in, LastPass will enter the saved account information for you.
As you do this, your LastPass account will gradually fill up your vault with all your passwords and login information. Now, when you revisit those sites, LastPass can automatically enter your username and password for you.
The other way to save your credential onto LastPass is by manually entering all the information.
Step 1: Go to www.lastpass.com and log into your account
Step 2: Click on “Add Site”
Step 3: Enter the login information for the site you wish to save onto LastPass
Make sure to make a pertinent selection using the Advanced Settings. When you are done, click “Save”
Step 4: You have now saved your first site onto LastPass
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