Google Improves Chrome’s Autofill Popup

Google is replacing the AutoFill popup in Google Chrome for desktops (Windows, Mac, Linux) so it does not hide fields. With the latest update, a simple feature that allows the user automatically fill out an online form will now appear in the middle of the starting area. Users can preview fields later with this change. In addition, Google Docs is getting an update that allows users to find the most commonly used actions. For better navigation and finding similar used features online, word processors shorten menus and group them. Also, it is adding well-known icons to make them recognizable.

As mentioned, Google is making changes to the AutoFill popup in Chrome for Desktop. 9to5Google was the first to see the auto-fill popup alignment in the middle of the starting field on Google Chrome for desktops. This change will allow users to review incoming fields.

Chrome’s AutoFill popup, which allows users to store some personal details in the browser, was placed on the left side of the textbox. Google Chrome has removed the autofill list and added icons to each entry according to the type of information. Interested users can enable center-linked autofill suggestions from the Chrome flag using # autofill-center-aligned suggestions.

Separately, the search giant announced the latest update for Google Docs in a blog post. It says Google is shrinking menus, rearranging its content, and introducing more prominent icons to make it easier for Google Docs users to find the most commonly used features.

Google has confirmed that it has begun offering the latest Docs improvements for all Google Workspace users, G Suite Basic, business users, and users with personal Google Accounts. These new features will be available by default, and Google expects to complete a rollout for users on fast-release domains by the end of next month.

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