Modern browsers are getting smarter (or scarier) and can remember the information you have put into forms on websites and this is not just AbtracOnline but any form you fill out.
Sometimes this information will be automatically put into AbtracOnline if the browser thinks that it’s saving you time by adding the information for you.
Here are the instructions on how to turn that off if you find it more of a hindrance than helpful. (n.b. these instructions are accurate as at September 2020 and may change as the browsers change. Feel free to call us for assistance if they don’t make sense.)
We recommend you run AbtracOnLine with Google Chrome where possible. When doing so, you can take advantage of the Chrome language settings, and the customisable dictionaries within the Google Chrome browser.
There’s a difference between how to do things, and how things work.
If you are new to AbtracOnLine, be it coming to Abtrac from our desktop version or another system, we have a few pointers to ensure you get off to the best possible start.
This article contains a lot of our tips and tricks about the Abtrac interface. When you are getting started, it’s worth a read to learn all the little tweaks and tricks to ensure you have Abtrac looking, feeling and working in a way that suits you.
Read on to learn how to use AbtracOnLine, and how to…