Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers How to Use Autofill in the Opera Browser Manage stored passwords and autofill info in Opera by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on July 06, 2020 Browsers Chrome Safari Firefox Microsoft Tweet Share Email Many websites request login credentials such as usernames, passwords, and personal information such as your name, address, etc. Opera saves users from entering this information over and over again with its autofill feature. Autofill populates commonly entered data points into web forms where applicable. This can be your address or a credit card number. As you browse the web and fill out various forms and fields, Opera may store certain information for future use. You can add to this data, modify it, or delete it. Here's how. This tutorial is intended for users running the Opera web browser on Windows, Mac OS X, and macOS operating systems. The steps are similar regardless of operating system or device. Click on Opera in your browser menu, at the top left of your screen. To open Opera's Settings menu, select Preferences from the drop-down menu. Alternatively, use the keyboard shortcut: Command+,. In the left-hand menu pane, select Advanced > Privacy & security. Scroll down to Autofill. If you want to manage your password autofill settings or see passwords you've saved, etc., select Passwords. To manage accounts you use online to make purchases, select Payment methods and select the desired options from the menu. To manage frequently entered personal information, choose Addresses and more from the Autofill menu in step 4. To manually add autofill information, select the appropriate type (Passwords, Payment methods, or Addresses and more) from the main Autofill screen shown in step 4. Click Add, then enter the info in the spaces allotted. Opera securely encrypts your autofill information, which is stored on the company's servers. Logging in with your username and password makes your autofill info available for your use.