How to copy Password of Wifi on your Mac

At times you want to add your home or workplace password to some other device, or want to share it with friends or family who have come to visit, sometimes we do tend to forget our own Wifi passwords, if you have the Wifi configured on your Mac and you want to know how to copy the saved password, then you can follow the below steps.

Note: As the System Preferences settings have changed since macOS Ventura, the steps may vary if you are using older versions of macOS.

Steps to Copy Saved Wifi Password from Mac

    Step 1: Click on the Apple logo  on the Mac menubar and select System Settings... and select Wifi from sidebar

    Wifi System Settings on Mac

    Step 2: Under the Known Networks, look for the network that you want the password for and click on the 3 dots icon and select "Copy Password".

    Copy Password on Wifi Network on Mac

    Step 3: The password will get copied on your clipboard and you can paste it anywhere you like (Messanger or Notes app) and share it with anyone you want.

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