You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to use your fingerprint to sign in to a web site on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
In order to use "Web sign-in" with your fingerprint, your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will need to be unlocked. You should be on the home screen.
Once you're on the home screen, swipe down from the top of the phone to open the notification panel.
Tap the white gear-shaped icon in the top-right side. This will take you to the "Settings" panel.
Now you will see under "Quick settings" the option for "Lock screen and security".
If "Lock screen and security" is not under "Quick settings", scroll down to "Personal". Then, tap on "Lock screen and security". You will see "Lock screen" as the top option. The next option is "Security".
You are looking specifically for "Fingerprints". Tap once on "Fingerprints".
Now, you will need to verify your fingerprint. You can use your thumb on the home button. There is another VisiHow tutorial on how to set up fingerprints.
Next, you need to tap on the "Web sign-in" toggle under "Fingerprint verification". This will enable the option. Now, you will be able to use your fingerprint instead of a password, which you need to enter and save first, to log in to a web site
Now, press the home button to go back to the home screen.
If you are concerned about open apps, just tap on the "Menu" button.
Then, tap on "CLOSE ALL".
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