When you use a web browser, it automatically asks you if you want to save some data like passwords for auto-fills. There are cookies, history, and you can also bookmark pages. These help you to stay with the pace and will help to remember things for you.
With those data, you will be able to use the required information without having to enter them again and again.
But there are some complexities, especially if you are in a scenario that you move from a device (say, a laptop) to another new device now and then. Because of this, a way of syncing your Gmail address to your Google Chrome browser has been created.
- When you are in the Google Chrome web browser, you will see a wrench marked icon that is to be found in the top-right corner of the screen. Click on it.
- A sub menu will drop, scroll down and click ‘Options’.
- On the left, you will find ‘Personal Stuff’ link. Click on it.
- Next, you are to click the ‘Set Up Sync’ option.
You will be directed to a pop-up where you need to enter your Google account user name, followed by its password.
- To choose what you want to sync, click ‘Choose What to Sync’ and then select based on your preference. Click ‘Sync Everything’in order to sync all the data of your given email account to your browser.
- To have an encryption built for your data that is synced to Google, click the ‘Encryption’ tab.
- Click ‘Ok’ to proceed.
Now you will get all your bookmarks, saved files, auto-fills and other data that is saved in your main Google Chrome web browser to another device after you have logged in your Gmail account on that particular gadget. Once you have successfully synced those data as shown in the tutorial, it is sure to work.