Create or delete a form Make an Adobe ID Create an Auto-Generated Autocomplete What are autocompletes are text strings that appear in your user input field when you try to fill in the form. They are an excellent tool for ensuring you are validating input as you are typing (as a result of autocompletes being validated, you can always use the autofill method to fill in the name of the person who might need to see the input) Autocompletes are useful for testing input data (autocomplete is an interactive way to test the results of your user input) and can be a great way to provide more visual feedback for your users (when they enter an input in your application, they may be able to see something like “You are typing in your name. This will be shown to you in a box below.” at the top of autocomplete output). Autocompletes are a visual type of validation that works at two levels: before an element appears on the screen, when your user types a name, and while the user is typing in the name. By default, when an element appears on the screen, it is not shown in autocomplete output. When the user types something they don't understand in the input field, they type with the autocomplete function in mind. Once the user types in a name they understand, the autocomplete function in the program is aware of the type of character they are typing, and it uses your autocomplete to show them the name instead of showing them a blank space. How it works Autocomplete is like a search engine that shows something to your user when they enter text or an element on a page. It uses your autocomplete (its results are automatically generated from your data) to show you something to show. To make it easy for you to set up autocomplete for a page, it has a built-in set of options What are a few things you can do in autocompletion? You can do things like ask for a phone number, city, or street by typing your address. You can display your date as a range value (e.g. May 10, 2018) by typing 2 years from now. If the user types in “4 years from now,” autocomplete will use your date in the range notation. You can show the date as a number (i.e.