You all know about Google Dashboard. A page where you get info about all Google services that you are using.
Now welcome Chromesync dashboard.
“Chrome Sync saves your personalized browser features to the web and allows you to access them from Google Chrome on any computer.
Hover over or tap on a tile for more information” the welcome note says. Below that, you will see the stats of your Chromesync. Number of extensions, themes, autofill entries, Settings, Bookmarks, passwords and everything you have opted to sync using Chromesync.
If you are using Encryption for syncing the data, you will see a lock symbol next to the number.
After looking at the Chromesync dashboard, if you decide to change your Chromesync settings, you can do that from your Chrome settings page. Open chrome://chrome/settings/syncSetup to do this.
I am assuming that the team is planning to make this page more useful by adding some extra features. Otherwise, they wouldn’t have bothered to set up a dedicated dashboard for this. We might see an option to view these synced information and manage them from here. For example, removing the autofil junk collected by Chrome over the time, cleaning up some bookmarks etc.
This will be handy for those who want to access this data from a computer where they do not want to set up Chromesync. Without activating Chromesync feature on a computer, users will be able to browse the dashboard and get the info they need, say, passwords, bookmarks and open tabs from other computers.