Gmail is synced to your Google account, so it should remember your login information. Also, if you’re using a particular browser all the time, its cache memory will save all the Gmail accounts you have logged in to so you can switch between them easily.
After you sign in to your Gmail account, you need to select the ‘Save password’ option and Gmail will always remember your credentials and automatically log you in.
Don’t Leave Your Data in the Open
Even if it’s more convenient and quicker for your browser to remember your Gmail address and password and log you in automatically,, you should always be careful about leaving your credentials for anyone to find.
Use the browser options mentioned on this website only for your personal computer and never save your email and password on a computer that’s used by multiple accounts. Even if it’s only used by the people you trust, there’s a risk that your credentials may fall into the wrong hands.
Do you think it’s better to leave your email account’s information out in the open as long as it’s your personal computer? Would you save your login information on a computer you share with other family members? Share your thoughts in the comments below.