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I find the autofill features in webbrowsers very useful. But I prefer to fill in each field of a form seperately, which can be extremely fast by using only Tab and arrow-down keys.

Unfortunately Chrome always wants to autocomplete the whole form at once. This often leads to a situation where information is autofilled, that is not necessary to submit the form or even may be not correct (eg. company email vs. private email as I am using the same browser for various tasks)

Is it possible to keep some kind of autocomplete functionality per field, while avoiding filing fields outside the scope of the cursor? Disabling autofill seems to disable any form field filling.

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There is no way of customizing Chrome's auto-fill on a per-field basis.

One alternative is to use the Lastpass Chrome extension, where you can decide which field to be remembered on a per-site basis.

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