If you have been using Google Chrome for a while, then you might be well aware of its autofill feature. Autofill has been there for a while, but you just don’t think about it that often. It’s an excellent feature for time management as it stores specific data – such as name, address, email address, telephone number, etc. – in your web browser.
The autofill data can be used to fill in online forms automatically. If properly configured, Chrome autofill can save lots of typing and time. What’s more useful is that Chrome autofill also lets you save credit/debit card information for quick payments.
How To Enable & Configure Chrome Autofill?
Chrome Autofill feature is enabled by default, but in some version, it’s disabled. So, to configure Chrome’s Autofill, one needs to enable the function from the settings. Check out the best method to enable Chrome Autofill.
Step 1. First of all, open the Chrome browser.
Step 2. Now click on the menu and select ‘Settings.’
Step 3. There you will find an ‘Autofill’ section. It will have three options – Passwords, Payment methods, Addresses, and More.
Step 4. Click on the Password and enable the ‘Offer to save passwords’ option.
Step 5. Now under the ‘Payment Methods’ enable ‘Save and fill payment methods’. If you want to add new payment methods, click on ‘Add’
Step 6. On the Addresses and more, you need to enable ‘Save and fill addresses’. To add your own addresses, click on the ‘Add’ button.
That’s it! You are done. Now just restart the web browser for the changes to take effect.
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