WebReplay Free Edition is a smart IE add-on that records form entries so that you can automatically fill them with the click of a button when you return. Though it required us to download a Microsoft script debugger, we found that it performed very well.
The program can be accessed via an unobtrusive Internet Explorer toolbar button. Once activated, the interface appears as a sidebar. At first glance, it might be a little intimidating, especially for novices, so we recommend viewing the tutorial. But all we had to do was create a new project, name it, and record the steps. When we tried to play it back, we were asked to download a Microsoft script debugger before we could proceed, but as soon as it was downloaded, the program immediately logged us into our e-mail account using the prerecorded steps. Also included is the option to share the project script. We were able to e-mail it, as well as export and import it using the provided drop-down menu.
The publisher offers help in the form of an FAQ and support forum through its Web site, but we would have liked to have seen a direct link from the user interface. Still, once we viewed the tutorial, we found this free tool to be a very capable autofill program.
WebReplay is a plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer that allows you to fill Web forms, automate Web applications and upload files, along with many other activities. WebReplay Free Edition has never been this easy to automate those tedious tasks on your favorite Web sites.