We all know that for security reasons it’s important to use different passwords for every website you use. But of course, unless you have an eidetic memory (also known as photographic memory), it’s very difficult to remember all your passwords. Now that just everything we do is online, we all have a lot of passwords to remember. Login details for several email accounts, Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Skype, Instagram, your bank, etc. The list can go on and on!
Like most people, you probably have passwords scribbled in several books or notepads, making it time-consuming to locate particular login details. Or maybe you just click the “I forgot my password” button all the time? Well, I have the solution, list all your passwords in one place using this great password tracker printable and store it in your planner. No searching for logins ever again, unless you lose your planner!
You can of course also use this printable on its own without a planner by storing the page somewhere safe. If you do insert the password tracker into a planner, I recommend not carrying the planner outside your home.
This password log gives you space to list the website name, your username, your password (of course!), the email address associated with the account, and space for any other information such as password recovery questions and answers. Get your copy now and never search for a password again!