Till now, Chrome allows deleting saved autofill form info. Now, Google has added an “Undo autofill” feature to Chrome to revert or clear everything browser auto-filled with a single option.
Google Chrome, like other browsers, saves addresses, payment information, and logins when you type, it auto fills them next time in the same form fields to ensure you don’t need to type the information again and again. This saves a lot of time and effort.
But, when was the last time, you noticed Chrome auto-filled information in the wrong form? Deleting everything in the form can be a tedious task. That’s where Google steps in with a new “undo Autofill” option to address those situations.
This feature is available behind a flag in Chrome 117 Canary. When enabled, it “allows reverting Autofill filling operations. Replaces Clear Form functionality.”
How to Enable Undo Autofill feature in Chrome
- Launch Chrome
- visit chrome://flags
- Find and enable “Undo Autofill”
- Restart the browser.
Using Undo autofill option in Chrome
Let Chrome autofill the form it usually does, when the last field is filled, click and select the “Undo autofill” option that appears underneath the field, all auto-filled entries will be cleared so that you can now enter different information if it is a differnet form.
The feature is being tested in Chrome 117.
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Final words: Google has finally added the ‘Undo Autofill’ option to clear auto-filled info in a quick time.
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