Android Chrome will remember the username and password you entered in your email account or other website and automatically fill in the credentials on your next visit, which will allow users to “fill in passwords from any source” and add the “Use other passwords” option. To see this new option in your Chrome browser, you’ll need to do the following:
1. Visit the Chrome:flags page on Android Chrome.
2. Search for “Filling passwords from any origin”
3. Select Enabled from the drop-down menu and restart the browser.
4. Visit any website and try to log in.
When touch to fill is enabled by default in Canary, Chrome prompts you to select an account, select an account to automatically fill in your username and password, click on the password bar, scroll horizontally, click the key icon, scroll down to the bottom, notice the new “Use other passwords” option, select it, and enter your password.
Google provides this description for this feature logo: “Enabling the flag adds a button to the password fallback.” The button opens a different form and allows you to fill in a password from any source — Android.”