There are 2 ways to add passwords to the extension:
1. Lock the entire form
This password option is for protecting the entire form or portal completely and preventing anyone who's unauthorized from accessing the extension or its login page. This password option is not meant to be customized for individual users. It's unrelated to the login page and always available regardless of whether the login feature is enabled or not.
You can find this setting in:
Click on Enable Password Protection button
This option is useful if you want to block access to users who no longer work in your team by flipping a switch. If you enable the password option, then users are required to enter the new password whenever it's updated.
2. Add a password field to the login page
If you would like your form users to use different passwords to log in, you would need to add a new "password" field in Airtable. Then add that field to your login page.
We discourage the use of the word "password" here since it might imply that it's encrypted. We recommend using "Pin".
We don't store/host your Airtable data on our server. Your data only lives in Airtable. And it's not going to be indexed by Google.