Storing and accessing passwords


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Storing and accessing passwords

Part of any modern business life is browsing the web and on occasion creating and recalling passwords for particular websites. Thanks to iCloud Keychain and a third party app called One Password, you needn't memorize every password you've ever created or be taxed with coming up with new hard to guess passwords. We'll start by looking at iCloud Keychain. First tap on Settings and then tap on iCloud. In order for this to work, you must have an iCloud account. If you don't and you tap on iCloud, you'll be given the option to create an account here.

I've already created an account, so all I have to do now is tap on Keychain. Most likely, you haven't turned on iCloud Keychain. To do that, just tap the button and it will turn on and you will be asked to confirmed iCloud Keychain with your Apple ID. Once you do that, go to Safari setting, and then tap on Password & Autofill. We want to turn most of these on. I want it to use my contact info. I would like to store names and passw...

Storing and accessing passwords
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Storing and accessing passwords provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad for Business

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