Autofill info from Contacts in Safari on Mac
With AutoFill, you can easily fill in your previously saved contact information from the Contacts app. Fields where information has been entered for you are highlighted in yellow.
Fill in info from Contacts
In the Safari app on your Mac, start typing any name from your contacts to autofill their details.
If a contact has more than one address, email, phone, or other contact info, you can choose from the home, work, or custom address you’ve already entered in their contact card (or use the Touch Bar). If you don’t want Safari to autofill information, just keep typing.
Important: Safari autofills your information for anyone who uses your Mac with your user login. It also autofills your information for anyone who uses your other devices, if those devices and your Mac have iCloud Keychain set up.
For security, set up your Mac to display the login window when it starts up and to require a password after sleep or a screen saver begins. Also, set up your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to require a passcode to unlock the screen: Go to Settings > Face ID & Passcode (or Touch ID & Passcode), then tap Turn Passcode On.
If you can’t autofill contact info
Try the following:
In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Preferences, click AutoFill, then make sure “Using information from my contacts” is selected.
Make sure any information you want to be filled in is saved in Contacts. Safari can fill in only contact information that is in Contacts. For example, if a form requires your phone number but it isn’t on your contact card, you must fill it in manually.