Siri Passwords Commands

Siri Passwords Commands

Here you’ll find everything you need to have Siri help you find passwords on your iOS device. Learning all the ins-and-outs of what you can ask Siri is essential to getting the most out of your iPhone and other Apple devices. For instance, did you know Siri can help you find your passwords stored on your iPhone? Siri can also learn what your WiFi password is and read it back to you when you ask.

See the most common questions answered in the FAQ section, or view the complete list of password commands under Keeping Up With Siri in the table of contents below.

FAQs

Can Siri remember passwords?

Not Siri, per se, but your iOS device can, and Siri can search and show them to you. Check out the commands below to see how.

Can Siri create passwords?

Not at this time. Siri can only search and show you the passwords saved on your iOS device.

How does Siri know my passwords?

Siri doesn’t. The passwords are stored on your iOS device. Siri simply makes it easier for you to search and find your passwords.

Where can I see my passwords?

Here’s how you can find them on your iOS device:

  1. Open Settings (hint: use the command “Hey Siri, open settings”)
  2. Tap on Passwords & Accounts
  3. Tap on Website & App Passwords

Does Siri know my WiFi Password?

Not initially, but Siri can learn it by using this trick:

Try the command: “Hey Siri, what’s the WiFi password?” From there, click on the “+” icon on the top right. Then add your Wifi name and password. In the website field, call this “WiFi.com.” Now the next time you ask Siri for your Wifi password, you’ll get this screen.

Keeping Up With Siri

Want to learn all 366 commands you can ask Siri to do? You’ve come to the right place. Welcome to Keeping Up With Siri. In this series, I outline Apple’s Siri Guide with the complete list of commands available to all iPhone users. This post focuses on using Siri to help you find your stored passwords.

Let’s get started.

Password Commands

“Hey Siri, show my passwords”

This command opens the Settings App to your list of passwords stored by Apple. In order to see the screen, your device requires you to login with FaceId, TouchId, or a pin code.

Additionally, there are other Siri commands that will bring you to this screen, such as:

  • “Hey Siri, saved passwords”
  • “Hey Siri, passwords”

Beyond using Siri commands, you can also find the screen manually by:

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap on Passwords & Accounts
  3. Tap on Website & App Passwords

“Hey Siri, what’s my Netflix password”

This command goes one step further from the precious one. You can search your password list for specific entries. In this case, you’re searching for the password for Netflix. After asking this command, you’ll see a screen like this once you authenticate:

Password Entry UI
Password Entry UI

Siri has helpful password integration with your iOS device—no extra app needed to search and find your stored passwords. Check out what else you can do with Apple’s Voice Assistant in Keeping Up With Siri Commands. In this series, I test out the complete list of Siri commands from 28 different categories.

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