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Your Master Password still protects your data. Using Autofill with 1Password does not bypass your Master Password or undermine the security of 1Password. Your data is encrypted with your Master Password, and that remains true even with Autofill turned on. You are always in control. Autofill previews are turned off by default. If 1Password doesn’t automatically fill your information when you visit a website. To protect you, 1Password will only fill when you tell it to. If you’re on the sign-in page for a website, click the 1Password icon in your browser’s toolbar, and select the Login item for that site to fill your username and password. If Dashlane can autofill your login, but shows a gray Dashlane D logo for your password, select one of your email addresses or usernames in the first field, fill in your password manually in the second field and log in. Dashlane will then prompt you to decide whether you want to save this password or not. To do this: Do this: Add the site entry automatically: Enter your email address and password for the site and proceed to log in. When prompted by LastPass, click Add to save the site entry to your Vault. Add the site entry manually: Enter your login credentials, but do not log in. Autosave is a function that offers to save your credentials once you type them in. So if you register for a new service, log in to a new website, or change your password, it will offer to save the updated information. Next time you’re visiting the same site, the password manager.

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Why doesn't LastPass launch, save, update, or autofill my data for a site?

Having trouble? Let's try troubleshooting first, then check a few other things if that doesn't resolve the issue.

Confirm that LastPass is installed and enabled

If the LastPass icon does not appear in your web browser toolbar, be sure that the LastPass web browser extension is installed and enabled.

Confirm that you are logged in to LastPass

If an inactive LastPass icon appears in your web browser toolbar, click the icon then log in with your email address and Master Password.

Confirm that autofill is enabled in your Preferences

Check your Preferences by doing either of the following:

  1. In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon .
  2. Enter your email address and Master Password, then click Log In.

    Result: An active LastPass icon indicates a successful login.

  3. Go to Account Options > Extension Preferences.
  4. Enable the setting Automatically Fill Login Information.
  5. Click Save.

Confirm the site has not been set as a Never URL

You can disable LastPass for specific websites using Never URLs. If it has and you want to remove it so LastPass can be used to autofill for that site, do the following:

  1. Log in to LastPass and access your Vault by doing either of the following:
    • In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon , then select Open My Vault.
    • Go to https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 and log in with your email address and Master Password.
  2. Select Account Settings in the left navigation.
  3. Select the Never URLs tab.
  4. If your site is listed, click the Delete icon .
  5. Click OK to confirm.

Check if you set your Preferences to warn before filling insecure forms

If this Preference is enabled and the site you are visiting uses an insecure method of submitting data, you will encounter a message, 'LastPass detected a login form that is insecure, would you like to continue?' You can click OK to use autofill, or Cancel to manually fill (if desired).

You can enable or disable this setting in your Preferences by doing the following:
  1. In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon .
  2. Enter your email address and Master Password, the click Log In.

    Result: An active LastPass icon indicates a successful login.

  3. Go to Account Options > Extension Preferences.
  4. Click Advanced and enable or disable the setting Warn before filling insecure forms.
  5. Click Save.

Confirm if the site is using HTTP (not HTTPS)

For security purposes, autofill via LastPass will not occur on initial page load of HTTP-only sites because the site is not secure, however, you can still manually fill your data for sites that use HTTP.

Check that the site is not Flash-based or Silverlight-based

LastPass does not support either of these platforms. To check if your website is built on one of these, right-click on the website's login fields and view the context menu for more information.

Delete the site entry and add it back

You can delete the site entry, then add it back to your Vault. Additionally, if your site uses a multiple-page login, you can save your site information for each separate page when you add your site.

  1. Delete your site password entry (instructions here).
  2. In your web browser toolbar, click the inactive LastPass icon .
  3. Enter your email address and Master Password, then click Log In.

    Result: An active LastPass icon displays to indicate a successful login.

  4. Navigate to your desired site.
  5. Add the site back to your Vault by doing either of the following:To do this:
    Do this:
    Add the site entry automatically
    1. Enter your email address and password for the site and proceed to log in.
    2. When prompted by LastPass, click Add to save the site entry to your Vault.
    Add the site entry manually
    1. Enter your login credentials, but do not log in.
    2. Click the active LastPass icon , then go to Add item > Save All Entered Data at the bottom of the menu.
      Tip: For Internet Explorer users, click the active LastPass icon , then go to Tools > Save All Entered Data.
    3. All captured fields are displayed. If desired, enter more information and specify your desired settings for the item.
    4. Click Save when finished.

This page explains how to enable autofill, a browser feature that automatically populates forms with saved data, such as those that ask for shipping or billing information.

To enable or disable the autofill feature, select your browser from the list below and follow the steps.

Read before proceeding

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Autocomplete, which is another browser feature, is similar, but not the same as autofill. It gives you suggestions as you type in the address bar or search box. To learn how to adjust those settings, see: How to enable or disable autocomplete in a web browser.

Note

If you are enabling autofill for the first time, you need to manually enter text into a form to 'teach' autofill what to automatically enter the next time. Alternatively, you can add and edit the information yourself. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Note

Not all forms on the Internet support the autofill feature. Some web pages disable autofill, so you have to manually enter text into a form each time.

Chrome

In Google Chrome, the autofill feature can populate three types of forms or fields: passwords, credit card information, and addresses. The following sections show you how to access each, and enable or disable them.

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Access autofill options

  1. Open the Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click the icon in the upper-right corner of the browser window.
  3. In the drop-down menu that appears, select Settings.
  1. On the left side of the screen, click the Autofill selector.
  1. In the middle of the screen, under the Autofill section, you are presented with three choices: Passwords, Payment methods, and Addresses and more.
  1. Once you know which autofill item you'd like to enable or disable, find it in the sections below and follow the instructions.

Passwords

The following link shows you how to manage your browser passwords in Chrome.

Payment methods

To enable or disable autofill for payment methods in Chrome, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill payment methods.

Addresses and more

To enable or disable autofill for addresses in Chrome, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill addresses.

Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Firefox

In Firefox, the autofill feature works with logins and passwords, and addresses. The following section shows you how to enable and disable them.

  1. Open the Firefox browser.
  2. Click the button in the upper-right corner of the browser window.
  3. Select Options (called Preferences in macOS and Linux).
  4. On the Settings tab, select the Privacy & Security option in the left navigation pane.
  1. To autofill username and password fields, under the Logins and Passwords section, check the box for the Autofill logins and passwords option (A).
  2. To autofill address fields, under the Forms and Autofill section, check the box for the Autofill addresses option (B).
  1. Once you've filled out a form, that information is saved for the next time you input an address or sign in to an account.
Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Microsoft Edge

In Microsoft Edge, the autofill feature can populate three types of forms or fields: passwords, credit card information, and addresses. The following sections show you how to access each, and enable or disable them.

Access autofill options

  1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser.
  2. Click the Settings and more icon in the upper-right corner of the browser window.
  3. In the drop-down menu that appears, near the bottom, select Settings.

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  1. Under the Settings section on the left, click Profiles.
  1. Under the Your profile section in the middle of the screen, there are three categories to choose from: Passwords, Payments, and Addresses and more.
  1. Once you know which autofill item you'd like to enable or disable, find it in the sections below and follow the instructions.

Passwords

The following link shows you how to manage your browser passwords in Edge.

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Payment info

To enable or disable autofill for payment methods in Edge, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill payment methods.

Addresses and more

To enable or disable autofill for addresses in Edge, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill addresses.

Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Microsoft Edge Legacy

To enable or disable autofill in Microsoft Edge Legacy, follow these steps.

  1. Open the Microsoft Edge Legacy browser.
  2. Click the button in the upper-right corner of the screen and select Settings.
  1. In the left navigation pane of the Settings menu, click the Passwords & autofill option.
  1. Under the Autofill section, click the toggle switch next to Save form data to the on position.
  2. Once you've filled out a form, that information is saved for the next time you input an address or sign in to an account.
Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Internet Explorer

To enable or disable autofill in Internet Explorer, follow these steps.

  1. Open the Internet Explorer browser.
  2. Click Tools in the upper-right corner of the browser window, and select Internet Options.
  1. In the window that opens, click the Content tab (A) and select Settings (B) in the AutoComplete section.
  1. In the AutoComplete Settingsprompt, check or uncheck the box next to Forms and searches, then click OK.
  1. Once you've filled out a form, that information is saved for the next time you input an address or sign in to an account.
Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Opera

In Opera, the autofill feature can populate three types of forms or fields: passwords, credit card information, and addresses. The following sections show you how to access each, and enable or disable them.

Accessing autofill options

  1. Open the Opera browser.
  2. Click the button in the upper-left corner of the screen.
  3. In the drop-down menu that appears, near the bottom, select Settings.
  1. In the Settings window, click the button, then select Privacy & security.
  1. In the Privacy and security section, scroll down to the Autofill section where you see three options: Passwords, Payment methods, and Addresses and more.
  1. Once you know which autofill item you'd like to enable or disable, find it in the sections below and follow the instructions.

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Passwords

The following link shows you how to manage your browser passwords in Opera.

Payment methods

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To enable or disable autofill for payment methods in Opera, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill payment methods.

Addresses and more

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To enable or disable autofill for addresses in Opera, click the toggle switch next to Save and fill addresses.

Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Safari

To enable or disable autofill in the Safari web browser, follow these steps.

  1. Open the Safari browser.
  2. In the menu bar at the top of the screen, open the menu, and click Preferences.
  1. In the Preferences window, click the AutoFill tab (A).
  2. Click the checkboxes (B) next to the forms you want to disable or enable.
  1. You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below. To enter the values, double-click any of the fields in the test form and select the name of your address.
Tip:

You can try out your autofill settings using the example test form below.

Tip:

You may also create autofill entries manually, and change or delete them. See: How to add, change, or clear autofill data.

Tip

If you want to use one autofill feature across all your browsers and devices, see our third-party autofill tools.

Third-party autofill tools

If you use multiple devices and browsers, it may be beneficial to use a third-party tool to autofill data across all of them. Our favorite autofill utilities are Dashlane and RoboForm, which are available for PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.

Autofill example test form

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Below is a test form you can use to make sure your autofill works. Click the First name field to see available autofill options. In most browsers, if the fields are blank, they auto-populate with a suggestion as you start to type in one of them.

Additional information

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  • See the autofill definition for further information and related links.