How are these services that people mention in the comments, better at doing the same?
Is there a better way someone has come up with to manage passwords where you don't have to rely on these services?
On my Android phone I use a keepass app that includes a keyboard, which integrates typing in username/password.
Also supports 2fa totp, which feels to me like poking holes in the whole idea, but if you want to use it it's there.
I'm a Keepass user and I didn't know it had support for 2fa. Why do you feel it's poking holes in the idea?
- Excel has larger attack surface than purpose-built password managers. Have you checked Excel doesn't leave behind recovery copies of your passwords file in c:\windows\temp ?
The cost, of course, is in the data being remote, and you generally have to trust the company and processes around their handling of your data.