It’s an Autofill solution that allows users to store their passwords and access to different devices.
The feature is similar to Google Autofill, iCloud Keychain and Samsung Pass which help users enter their login credentials easily.
Microsoft Autofill tool was already available in beta for several users and today, the company has officially launched it for the public.
The feature is now available via Microsoft Authenticator app, Google Chrome extension and Microsoft Edge.
In a blog post, Microsoft has confirmed that the new feature will automatically sync all the passwords stored under Microsoft account on Microsoft Edge to the Authenticator app.
To use this feature, users will have to download the Microsoft Authenticator app and login in on the Passwords tab using Microsoft account.
Mac users can use the Autofill feature via Microsoft Edge web browser or using Chrome extension.
The tool also allows users to import password data from other password manager services using a CSV file.
iOS users also have the option to PIN protect their passwords via Touch ID or Face ID.