Autosave, everywhere. Recover lost form input with ease!
Typio Form Recovery automatically saves text as you type and lets you easily recover input data in case of loss. You are in full control of which sites auto-save is enabled on and how long the input is saved. Typio is lightweight, secure and your data never leaves your computer.
The code for Typio is available to view on Bitbucket:
Version 2.4.1 (1st August 2020):
Fix: In the Recovery Window, "Recover session" would not recover entries hidden hidden by the filters.
Fix: Lots of bug fixes.
Version 2.4.0 (29th July 2020):
New: You can now press Shift Delete to delete items in the Quick Access menu (from the icon).
New: Typio now stores the origin URL for each session (see "View page" next to the timestamp in the recovery window).
New: "Restore previous session" keyboard shortcut now tries to restore the previous session for the currently focused input field. If no input is focused Typio will restore the previous session (regardless if the inputs exist or not).
Fix: "Restore previous session" keyboard shortcut is now more reliable.
Fix: The Copy button sometimes didn't work in the recovery window when the entry was of type contenteditable. This is fixed now.
Version 2.3.4 (16th June, 2019):
Fix: Remove forgotten console.debug
Version 2.3.3 (29th May, 2019):
Fix: Scrollbar bug in Recovery Dialog.
Version 2.3.2 (9th March, 2019):
Fix: Performance improvements for frame injection.
Fix: Bug fixes for blacklist.
Version 2.3.1 (8th Feb, 2019):
New: Permissions description page.
Change: In the last update I accidentally included the "Downloads" permission which will be used in a future feature (database manager) that is being developed. The Downloads permission was not being used and was understandably causing confusion, so I removed it. (https://bitbucket.org/nicklassandell/chrome-form-recovery/issues/75/extension-suddenly-asking-for-mange)
Version 2.3.0 (8th Feb, 2019):
New: Changed blacklist to match against full URL path instead of just hostname (useful with regex)
Change: Disabled Save Indicator by default (can be re-enabled in options)
Preparation for future release (DB manager).
Version 2.2.0 (6th Dec, 2018):
New: Storage statistics in recovery window
New: Added "loading" text in recovery window for large databases (previously displayed "no entries found" which is misleading)
Fix: Clarified text for "input found/not found" in recovery window and added tooltip text for explanation.
Version 2.1.1 (4th Dec, 2018):
Fix: XSS security fix (report #67)
Fix: Minor design fixes
Version 2.1.0 (18th Nov, 2018):
Fix: Significantly improve loading speed (quicker initialisation)
Fix: Icon loading is no longer a blocking event
Fix: "Site is blacklisted" popup would sometimes pop up multiple times. It was a bit excessive, so I fixed it.
Version 2.0 (10 Nov, 2018):
New: Regex support for blacklist
New: Option to reset all fields between restorations
New: Option to clone entries upon restoration
New: Support for multiple concurrent same-domain tabs (previously did not work properly due to storage method restrictions)
New: Changed storage method, now much more reliable.
New: UI updates
Fix: Error messages sometimes thrown by save indicator
Fix: Icon support for sites with strict CSP
Fix: Typio now detects subtree changes in contenteditable fields (such as using modifier buttons in rich text fields)
Version 1.8.6 (23 Mar, 2018):
Fix: Fix broken scrolling in options page caused by recent Chrome update.
Fix: Fix selection issues in quick restore popup
Fix: Save delay shortened
Fix: Hide icon on inputs smaller than 80px in width (only with "focus" trigger)
Fix: Keyboard shortcut window now displays disabled shortcuts better
New: Added link to open keyboard shortcuts window in toolbar popup
Version 1.8 (9th Mar, 2018):
New: Restore icon next to inputs (configurable in options)
New: Quick Restore now has keyboard support
New: Added option to hide Typio in context menu (in favor of keyboard shortcuts)
New: Smarter restoration of entries that contain formatting
New: "You have disabled Typio on this site" message now gives you the option to enable Typio
New: Smarter display of entries in Quick Restore (Strips formatting and whitespace)
Fix: Bug fix for encapsulation injection on certain sites (polymer-project.org)
Fix: Keyboard shortcuts can now be pressed in any order
Fix: Fix some positioning issues with Quick Restore popup
Fix: "Delete all" now actually deletes all entries, including current session.
Fix: Fix bug that would cause database to be cleared upon refreshing the page multiple times quickly (see issue #28).
Full changelog and previous versions: