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Description from extension meta

Fill out web forms instantly with junk or custom data

Image from store JunkFill
Description from store Use JunkFill to auto-populate/auto-fill all form elements on any web page with custom or random data and get to your target page quick. JunkFill fills text boxes, selects, radio buttons and checkboxes, populates text areas, and handles dropdown lists. It's even semi-judicious with the responses. Privacy Policy This extension is completely private. All data saved using this extension are kept locally on the browser and available only to the user. This extension does not collect nor transmit any data to any parties. V 2.2.1: - Bug fixes V 2.2: - Credit card support - Enhancements and bug fixes V 2.1: - Support for some HTML5 input field types such as tel, email, and url. V 2.0: - Compatible with newer versions of Chrome. - New options page to specify custom data to fill out forms with. - Thanks metalgear800 for the icons. V1.1, V1.2: More randomness. Bug fixes. V1.0: First release. Why JunkFill? Most web forms are not designed with end users in mind. They are long and annoying. People would just give junk responses anyway. JunkFill only facilitates the process. Finally, JunkFill is a decent tool for testing your own annoying web forms :) Usage: After installing, click the JunkFill icon anytime you want to auto-populate a web form. http://www.hashemian.com/

Latest reviews

  • (2020-08-15) Victor Bayeni: verrrrrry gooog
  • (2020-04-08) aiza jalil: helping a lot and not wasting my time
  • (2020-01-31) قطط مضحكة: good
  • (2020-01-18) Ann J: Maybe it doesn't always work perfectly on every field on every type of form, BUT it's a thousand times better than Dashlane and Roboform. Thank you for this extension!
  • (2019-12-10) Imri Sagive: Its a great plugin, trully helpfull BUT you have to trigger something / add a class otherwise every floating labels solution (which is populer) wont work. Thanks for the wonderfull plugin ;)
  • (2019-09-13) Best GreenVisa: no username field, if yes then very ok
  • (2019-03-19) Ratsuky Siragana: Works perfectly for what I've been using it and i do agree with many of the points that have been posted before, in other reviews regarding, additional functionality.
  • (2018-10-08) Luis Limas: Please add support for "contenteditable" stuff, for example div[contenteditable] ... right now it seems that only inputs are supported.
  • (2017-10-27) Jason Pierson: This plug-in is great; it's saved me a ton of time. Suggestions: 1. Give users more fields to customize(CCV, AddressLine2, etc.) or give users the ability to add their own fields. 2. Create an on/off option for automatically submitting forms.
  • (2017-03-28) josh liz: Perfect for filling out job applications!!!!!!!!!!
  • (2016-10-06) OM G: Great for bypassing human verification surveys. I am rating it for 4 stars instead because the phone number does not work as well, because when you are supposed to put the numbers in the right spot, it puts the entire phone number in. But great extension!
  • (2016-09-09) Long Nguyen: It's not working :(
  • (2016-09-08) Justin Force: This is great! I have two notes: 1. I'd be great if you could fire a bunch of events off on the form elements after populating them so that you can get around things like forms checking whether you've entered anything at all by observing onchange, onkeyup, etc. Something like $('input, textarea').keyup().change().keypress().keydown().blur() 2. I'd love to be able to assign a keyboard shortcut. For example, you could press Ctrl-Alt-N to populate the form. This is great if you're switching between a browser and an editor and don't want to reach for a mouse.
  • (2016-08-10) Jack G: This is amazing, download right now
  • (2016-07-16) Jem crew: It does what it says it does. P.S it works with the default checkbox and also works for other types of check boxes. From what I've done it has worked on everything besides special checkboxes.
  • (2015-11-19) Вячеслав Касаткин: Да, как раз то что я искал после пользования браузером Опера. отличная прога!
  • (2015-11-01) Fajr Al: no need to bend your hand and your brain anymore
  • (2015-10-30) Francisco Meza: Works! This is the only I found that works. Now time to outsource all the work. Thanks!
  • (2015-10-16) Chris Ham: Works really well. Does the job as needed. I only wish you could add more of your own fields to it as I often need fields set which I cant individually configure in setting. Over all a really helpful extension for web development / testing
  • (2015-06-21) Sajan S Jabbar: install it..start using it..no setups
  • (2015-03-05) Amanda Wareham: Definitely saves time! Some of the form fields tend to be repeated though. It would use the same name for an input field. Weird, but hey, it works! :)
  • (2015-02-28) Amir Akhondi: Not Bad
  • (2015-02-26) Nanban Balaji: not working anymore :-(
  • (2015-02-17) James Thorp: Works good except can't get rid of "Beverly' as a first name. How do you get rid of that name even when I change the first name to something else.
  • (2015-02-17) Rosiliza Rioja: great as of now :)
  • (2015-02-12) Jeremy Lindgren: Needs support for filling in html5 date fields. (or, at the very least, not blanking data that's already filled in, which would be good across the board.) Should skip hidden fields.
  • (2014-11-17) Tom Houy: It would be helpful if there was a way to either randomize or customize the email domain, since some online services seem to have already flagged the default one as fake.
  • (2014-10-27) K Pollack: Initially it worked, then changed to letters that didnt make sense.
  • (2014-09-01) gomba norbi: NEED: Leave it blank option! Good Aplication. I just dont understand, why i cant leave blank the "other" field to leave it alone and empty. Can you pleas add a setteing or button? Thank you verry much!
  • (2014-08-12) Fabiana Emery: Did not work with multiple choice (checkbox) options - would not select anything.

Latest issues

  • (2020-01-09, v:2.2.1) Chioma Nwosu: How to use junkfill to auto complete surveys
    I have just downloaded junkfill and do not know how to use it to complete surveys. Do you have a layman's step by step process on how to do this? I am not Tech savvy, the simpler your instructions, the better for me. Many Thanks
  • (2018-10-23, v:2.2.1) James Graham: Only ever selects from last 2 radio options
    Works with other than on groups of 5 buttons, it only ever chooses the 4th or 5th.
  • (2018-08-08, v:2.2.1) Imri Sagive: Add unique class
    we really need you to add some custom class to fields filled so we can treat them as such for example in the case of "floating labels"
  • (2018-07-30, v:2.2.1) fill date and datetime-local fields
    it would be greate to autofill datetime fields
  • (2017-10-17, v:2.2.1) Tony Rush: Number input respect min and max
    Respect min and max attributes of number inputs. I.E. only junkfill in a number within the valid range.
  • (2017-07-19, v:2.2.1) Wilhelm Hytten: Does not trigger "change" event
    This extension does not work on SPA with reactive input fields, as it does not trigger JS change events. It needs to trigger change-event on inputs. Specifically tested with VueJS v2.3.4
  • (2017-05-21, v:2.2.1) Felix Diaz: Random data
    For some reason I always get the same data. Isn't it supposed to generate random data if the field is not configured?
  • (2017-04-14, v:2.2.1) KILIS: how to specify radio button
    at this time the radio buttons are preselected. how do i change them to pre select all of the first buttons to preselecting all the second buttons?
  • (2017-04-09, v:2.2.1) Edwina Deen: How and where do you complete your details ?
    My extentions shows in Chrome but it is filling out the default details. How do I get my details in there? Not be IT literate, please help Email: [email protected]
  • (2016-11-03, v:2.2.1) Irina Svetlowa: Extension buyout
    Hi, I am interested in acquiring your extension "РасширениеJunkFill". Please contact me at: [email protected]
  • (2016-10-18, v:2.2.1) Anthony Halliday: Determining field type
    If a field type cannot be determined by the name or id, using the label (or closest label) would be an idea way to determine when type of data should be inserted. On the form I need to test ID's are generated at random meaning all the data inserted is useless, irrelevant and fails validation.


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3.9 (111 votes)
Last update / version
2016-04-18 / 2.2.1
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