Chrome automatically fills addresses; see how

Chrome has an address function that allows you to enter street, number, zip code, city, and other data for use in web forms. When registering addresses in advance, the user can save time when filling in online registrations and thus, decrease the need for typing. The feature already existed in previous versions of Google's browser, but was reworked in version 69 of the browser and gained a new menu easier to access.

See, in the following tutorial, how to access the Chrome address repository on your PC. The procedure is for Windows, MacOS and Linux operating systems.

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Step 1. If Chrome is upgraded to version 69, the browser displays a new menu in the toolbar. Click to open more options and select "Addresses";

Go to Chrome's new address menu

Step 2. Turn on the "Fill out forms automatically" key and click "Add" to add a new address;

Add a new address in Chrome

Step 3. Complete the form with the address information. You can also add phone and email to autocomplete. At the end, click "Save";

Register and save an address to use later in Google Chrome online forms

Step 4. The registered address will be saved in your browser. Touch the next menu to edit or remove, or "Add" to register other addresses.

Remove, edit and add new addresses in Google Chrome

Step 5. When filling in online registrations, click on street, city, ZIP, and other fields to open a Chrome window with the registered addresses. Touch to add information automatically.

Automatically fill address data in online forms in Google Chrome

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