Fill out forms automatically in Chrome

You can let Chrome fill out forms automatically with saved info, like your addresses or payment info. Additionally, when you enter info in a new form online, Chrome might ask you if you’d like to save it to your Google Account.
Chrome never shares your info without your permission. Learn how Google Chrome saves and protects credit card information.
If you would like to save your password info to Chrome, learn how to manage saved passwords
If you're having issues with your saved info, learn how to fix issues with info saved to Chrome.

Add, edit, or delete payment & address info you saved in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select Profile Profile and then Payment methods Payment methods or Addresses and more Addresses and more.
  3. Add, edit, or delete info: 
    • Add: Next to "Payment methods" or "Addresses," select Add
    • Edit: To the right of the card or address, select More More and then Edit.
    • Delete: Next to the card or address, select More More and then Delete

If you add, edit, or delete an address and you’re signed in to Chrome with your Google Account, your changes show up on your other devices where you’re signed in to Chrome with the same account.

If your payment method is saved in Google Pay, you'll need to edit or delete it in Google Pay.

Nickname your payment method in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select Profile Profile and then Payment methods Payment methods .
  3. Next to "Payment methods," select Add or Edit next to an existing card.
  4. At the bottom, select Card nickname. 
  5. Enter a nickname for the card. The nickname appears when you select a form where you use a saved payment method.

Tips:

  • If you rename a payment method, it appears when you select a form that uses a saved payment method.
  • Chrome's payment method nicknames don't transfer to Google Pay. If you save your payment information in Google Pay, you must update it separately.

Save your payment information in Google Pay

When you’re signed in to Chrome and you enter your payment method into an online form, Chrome may ask if you want to save your payment info in Google Pay. If you accept, your payment information is saved in Google Pay. If Google Pay doesn’t support your payment method, Chrome may offer to save it locally on your device.

Payment methods saved in Google Pay show up as suggestions in most online forms.

If Chrome doesn't offer to save your payment info in Google Pay, learn how to fix issues with saved payment info.

Tip: If you enroll a virtual card in autofill in Chrome, it appears as a suggested payment method in forms. You can either enter the virtual card CVV or verify your identity with your phone, such as with your fingerprint.
Edit, or delete a credit card in Google Pay
  1. Go to wallet.google.com.
  2. Click Payment methods.
  3. Find the card you want to edit or delete.
    • Edit: Below the card, click Edit.
    • Delete: Below the card, click Remove
Stop saving payment info to Google Pay

To stop syncing payment info to Google Pay:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More and thenSettings.
  3. Click You and Google and then Sync and Google services.
  4. Under “Sync,” click Manage what you sync.
  5. Turn off Sync everything.
  6. Turn off Payment methods and addresses using Google Pay.

If you're signed-in but sync isn't enabled, Chrome may still offer to save your payment info to Google Pay.

When you sign in to your Google Account through a Google service, like Gmail, you’ll be automatically signed in to Chrome. If you don’t want to ever sign in to Chrome, you can turn off Chrome sign-in.

If Chrome doesn’t offer to save a card anymore, learn how to fix issues with info saved to Chrome.
"GOOGLE *TEMPORARY HOLD" appears on my card statement
When you automatically enter or save a card in Chrome, Google may do a low-value credit card authorization. This is a security measure to make sure that you’re the legitimate owner of the card. The authorization is canceled by Google shortly.

Stop offering to save payment and contact info to Chrome

You can tell Chrome not to save your payment and contact info on your device and not to offer to save your info.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top, under "People", select Payment methods Payment methods or Addresses and more Addresses and more.
    • To stop saving payment info, turn off Save and fill payment methods.
    • To stop saving addresses and contact info, turn off Save and fill addresses.
If you want to stop saving passwords to Chrome, learn how to manage saved passwords.

Manage card security codes in Chrome

When you enter your payment information on a merchant site for the first time, you'll be asked if you want to save your security code, in addition to your payment information. Once saved, the security code will be filled in automatically along with your payment information when you make a purchase online.

Turn off saving of security codes

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.

  2. At the top right, click Settings and then Autofill and then Payment Methods Payment methods.
  3. Next to Save security codes turn on or off.

Tip: When you turn off this setting, all the saved security codes for all cards will be removed from your Google Account and your devices, and no new security codes will be saved.

 

Edit security codes
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click Settings and then Autofill and then Payment Methods Payment methods.
    • For cards that are stored in your Google Account, you can update your card’s security code in two ways:
      • When you make a purchase on any merchant website on Chrome, enter your card information and new security code. Chrome will detect the updated security code, and show you a prompt asking if you want to “Save security code.” Select Save.
      • Remove the card from wallet.google.com. Then, use the same card to make a purchase on Chrome. Save the card again when prompted. This time, it will be saved with the security code.
    • For cards that are only saved to one of your devices, to update your security code, go to the right of the card, click More More and then Edit.

Tip: To edit security codes, make sure the “Save security codes” setting is turned on. - Fixing

Delete security codes
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click Settings and then Autofill and then Payment Methods Payment methods.

To delete security codes for all cards from your devices and Google Account:

  1. Click Delete saved security codes and then Delete.

To delete security codes for cards that are only saved on one of your devices:

  1. Next to the card, click More More and then Edit.
  2. Delete the security code.
  3. Click Save.

If you add, edit, or delete security codes and you’re signed in to Chrome with your Google Account, any change you make will reflect on your other devices where you’re signed in to Chrome with the same account.

Manage “Always verify when using autofill” setting

Important: This is a device-level setting. You must turn it on for each device that you want this setting on.

To prevent others from using your payment info when you share your device, you can turn on verification when you use autofill. With this setting, you can increase your security and protect yourself from fraudulent activities.

Turn “Always verify when using autofill” on or off
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select Profile Profile and then Payment methods Payment methods.
  3. Turn on Always verify when using autofill.
Troubleshoot “Always verify when using autofill” setting

If the setting is in gray and you can’t turn it on, check if:

  • Your device has a screen lock. To use this setting, make sure you set up a screen lock.
  • “Save and fill payment methods” is on.
Tip: When the setting is off, for security purposes, a verification of your payment method is done occasionally.

Card benefits on payments autofill

To improve your payment experience, Google works with select partners to showcase their benefits on autofill. This feature shows one benefit information under the card’s name when you use payments autofill in Chrome.

Common questions about card benefits on payments autofill

Missing benefit on my bank statement
Contact your bank for missing benefits on bank statements.
Report a benefit mismatch
If you find a mismatch between your bank’s benefits information and what’s shown next to your card in Chrome autofill, contact your bank as Google gets the benefits information from the bank.
I can’t find benefits from one of my cards
The current eligibility is limited to select cards or benefit types for a few select banks.
Missing other card benefits
Only one relevant card benefit is shown at a time.
Turn off card benefits on Chrome
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. Click Autofill and Passwords and then Payment Methods.
  4. Turn off Card Benefits.

If you have issues with Chrome not suggesting your saved info

  • To confirm that you’ve saved the info that doesn’t auto populate: Select More More and then Settings Settings.
  • The website might not be secure enough to get this info from Chrome.
  • If the website is secure, Chrome might not detect certain fields in the form.

Delete your saved autofill form info in Chrome

To delete your addresses, payment methods, or other saved info in Chrome at the same time:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select More More.
  3. Select Clear browsing data.
  4. Choose a time range, like "Last hour" or "All time".
  5. Under "Advanced," choose Autofill form data.

This method doesn't delete cards and addresses stored in Google Pay. Learn how to remove a payment method from Google Pay.

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