You'll need to open the settings and tap the Autofill forms entry to find your existing data or add new data.
Once open, you'll see the same data as the desktop, displayed in a single scrolling list for a better mobile view.
But it's only a good thing if all the info is correct.
Thankfully, changing the data stored for Chrome's Autofill feature is simple.
You might want to do this on some devices and not others, and in that case, you need to look at how to select exactly what to sync between devices.
Changing your Autofill data on the Android version of Chrome is almost the same.
Your name and address are tied to credit card data in Chrome's Autofill settings or can be data from Google Payments.
We think Google Payments is a better place to store your Credit Card information, including the associated name and billing address, but we'll include instructions for managing it through Chrome for completeness' sake.
Or, maybe you want to auto fill weekdays or input random dates in your worksheet?
In a moment, you will learn all these and a few more date entering techniques.