How to Share Passwords Using AirDrop in macOS Mojave

All those folks who are looking for a more efficient password management system would really appreciate the option to share passwords using AirDrop on Mac running macOS Mojave. Yet to take a peek at it? Dive right in to discover how this nifty add-on functions.

To offer maximum security to my personal information, I make sure to set very strong passwords featuring several different characters. Until now, I found it a bit inconvenient to share them with colleagues. Fortunately, that’s the thing of the past! Apple has added an option to share passwords using AirDrop in macOS Mojave.

Considering how fast, efficient and secure AirDrop is, I’m gonna use this advanced file transfer feature to share the sensitive information. What about you?

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One important thing worth noting is that you can share passwords on your iOS 12 device as well. We have already made a quick guide about that. And, now, it’s time to get it done for Mojave. Here you go!

How to Share Passwords with AirDrop in macOS Mojave

Step #1. Launch Safari on your Mac → Click on Safari menu and select Preferences.

Click on Safari Preferences in macOS Mojave on Mac

Step #2. Now, click on the Passwords tab → Authenticate with Touch ID or your administrator password.

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Click on Passwords Tab in macOS Mojave on Mac

Step #3. Double-click on a saved Password.

Double-click on Password in Safari in macOS Mojave

Step #4. Click the AirDrop button.

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Click on AirDrop Button to Share Password in macOS Mojave

Step #5. Finally, select the nearby device you want to share the password with.

Share Passwords Using AirDrop in macOS Mojave

That’s pretty much it!

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Have your say

Indeed, password management has become less painful now. It’s the one thing that I have always found a bit tough nut to crack. Hopefully, I will no longer be bothered by it and be able to get on top of all the saved passwords more conveniently.

Though there are several third-party password managers like LastPass, I always prefer the built-in option. And I’m really glad that Apple has done a fairly good job in letting users deal with passwords more efficiently. What’s your take on it?

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