How to See Your Discord Password?

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Written by: Alex Popa


How to See Your Discord Password?

Did you forget your Discord password and can’t access your account anymore?

You can always change it, but if you don’t want to, there’s a way to see your Discord password.

If you’ve connected to Discord from your mobile device in the past, the password might still be saved there.

On Android devices, your Google Password Manager usually saves passwords from social media platforms and apps like Discord.

This guide will teach you to see your Discord password through the Password Manager.

How to see your Discord password?

Do the following to see your Discord password:

  1. Open your Gmail app
  2. Tap on your profile picture
  3. Select “Google Account
  4. Select the “Security” tab
  5. Go to “Password Manager
  6. Find your Discord password there

Keep reading to find out more!

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How to See Your Discord Password?

How Can You See Your Discord Password?

To see your Discord password, first, open your Gmail app. Then:

  1. Tap on your profile picture
  2. Select “Google Account
  3. Select the “Security” tab
  4. Go to “Password Manager
  5. Find your Discord password there

It’s short and simple, nothing complicated. If you’re unsure about following the steps above, read below for a step-by-step guide on finding your Discord password!

1. Open your Gmail app and tap on your profile picture

Open your Gmail app and tap on your profile picture
Open your Gmail app and tap on your profile picture

First, you need to open your Gmail app. It should be in your app list.

After you tap on it, your email provider will open up. Hopefully, it’s the Google email provider.

Once you get there, look in the top-right for your profile picture. 

Gmail profile picture
Gmail profile picture

Tap on it to open your Gmail settings.

Going into the settings will allow you to find your Discord password.

2. Select “Google Account

Select “Google Account”
Select “Google Account”

Once you select your profile picture, you’ll open this window.

It shows the current Gmail account you’re connected to and any other accounts you can connect to.

Notice that under your name and email address, there’s the “Google Account” button.

Tap on it to open the Gmail account settings.

3. Go to the “Security” tab

Go to the “Security” tab
Go to the “Security” tab

Once you tap on “Google Account,” this is what you’ll see.

It’s the Google Account Settings window, where you can personalize your settings with Google.

There are several tabs on the upper-side bar; you’ll need to scroll through them to find the “Security” tabs.

Tap on it to open up the Security settings. That’s where you’ll find the Password Manager.

4. Select “Password Manager

Select “Password Manager”
Select “Password Manager”

Once you get to the Security settings, you’ll need to scroll down until you find the Password Manager.

It’s right below “Signing in with Google” and above “Linked Accounts.”

When you find it, select it to open the Password Manager.

At this point, you’ll see that the Password Manager option says that it “makes it easier to sign in to sites and apps you use on any signed-in device.

This means that the Password Manager saves passwords you use to sign in, but it doesn’t do this automatically.

5. Tap on “Discord

Tap on “Discord”
Tap on “Discord”

Once you open the “Password Manager,” look for Discord.

It should be in the saved passwords list, just below the “Password Checkup” and “Check passwords” options.

If you have any saved passwords in the list, you can scroll down until you find Discord or use the search box to find it.

When you do, tap on it.

6. Make your Discord password visible

Make your Discord password visible
Make your Discord password visible

After you select Discord, you’ll get to the credentials page.

This is where Google stores your credentials for the app you’re using, in this case, Discord.

You’ll see your username in the first field, while the second field has the password.

To make the password visible, hit the Eye icon. It’s next to the password field.

At this point, your mobile device may ask you for confirmation (either through a password or fingerprint reading).

Proceed with the confirmation, and your password will become visible immediately.


This is the easiest way to see your Discord password if you don’t remember it.

Look for it in the Password Manager in your Google account.

If it’s not there, then you’ll have to reset it. You cannot see your Discord password unless you’ve saved it somewhere else.

Go to Gmail – Profile Picture – Google Account – Security – Password Manager – Discord.

You’ll find your Discord password there; all you need to do is make it visible.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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