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How to autofill form fields using your browser?

The autofill option is a handy tool to save some time from manually refilling the same information for different forms. If you’re a form visitor or you have created a form of your own, the autofill option is always useful. You can save predefined values on your browser for form fields such as name, email, address, country, phone and so on. However, different browsers have different settings. Follow these easy steps on how to autofill form fields from your browser:

Google Chrome

1. Go to Settings – AutofillAddresses and more

2. Turn on the Save and fill addressees option.

autofill form fields in Google Chrome

3. Hit Add and fill in the fields with the information you want to predefine.

autofill forms

Mozilla Firefox

1.  Go to the menu icon and select Options

2. Open the Privacy & Security section.

3. Under the History category select Remember search and form history
autofill form fields in Mozilla Firefox

4. If Clear history when Firefox closes is selected click on the Settings button displayed next to the option.
5. Deselect Form & Search History.

autofill form fields in Mozilla Firefox

If the autofill does not work, check out your browser’s extensions. Antivirus and privacy programs can also clear your form history.


1. Go to the Settings – Preferences section of your Safari browser.

2. Click on the Autofill tab and select which information should be used.

autofill form in Safari


1. Click the menu and select Settings – Go to Browser settings.
autofill form fields Opera

2. Collapse the Advanced options menu.

3. Turn on the Save and fill addressees option.

autofill form fields Opera

4. Hit Add and fill in the fields with the information you want to predefine.

autofill form fields Opera

Unfortunately, Internet Explorer hasn’t got a feature to autofill other form fields besides the username and password. You’ll find the feature in Internet Options – Content tab- Autocomplete – Settings. Enable the autocomplete option for forms and press Ok.

autofill form fields Internet Explorer

Important: The autofill feature will be activated once you have typed the first letter of the data you have saved on your browser (e.g. the first letter of your first name).

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