Set Form Field Value

Sets a form field to a new value in the active tab of the frontmost window of the selected browser.


True/yes if the field could be found and set, false/no otherwise.


Field name selection strategy

Fields can be looked up by their name attribute, their id attribute, or by CSS Selector.

Form field

Depending on the selected Field name selection strategy, specify either the name attribute, the id attribute, or a CSS Selector.


The field value to set.

If the field is a set of radio buttons, the radio button with the passed-in value will be marked.

If the field is a checkbox, a value of "1", "checked", "enabled", "on", "true" or "yes" will enable it, anything else will disable it.

Any other field type will be set as-is.


Lets you select from the list of supported browsers. Accepts a browser reference as input.

Trigger "change" event

After setting the field value, the HTML change event can be fired on the field. Optional. This can be useful for search query fields with autocomplete or search-as-you-type functionality, for example.

Submit parent form

After setting the field value (and optionally firing the change event), the parent form should be submitted. This will be ignored if no enclosing parent form could be found.

Pause after setting value

Adds a delay after the element was found and its value set. Optional, default is "no pause". If you want a pause greater than the maximum of 4 seconds, use a native "Wait" action.

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