Auto Scroll

Personalize your browsing experience with Helperbird's Customizable Auto Scroll feature. Effortlessly set your scroll speed to slow, medium, or fast and navigate through websites at your own pace. Available across Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.

Auto Scroll features


Helperbird's auto scroll feature allows users to automatically scroll through the content on a website, saving time and effort.

It improves the reading experience for users with mobility issues, can be useful for presentations, webinars and other situations, allows users to scan through a large amount of text quickly, can be used to automate certain processes, and can be used to create an engaging and interactive experience by triggering the scrolling at specific points in time or based on certain events.

It also allows users to control the speed of scrolling.


There are several benefits of using Helperbirds auto scrolling on a website, including:

Save time and effort

It can save time and effort by automatically scrolling through the content on a website, allowing the user to relax and consume the information more easily.

Improve the reading experience

It can improve the reading experience for users with mobility or dexterity issues, as it eliminates the need for them to manually scroll.

Quickly find the information you need

It allows users to scan through a large amount of text quickly and efficiently, making it easier to find the information they need.

Automate certain processes

It can be used to automate certain processes such as browsing through a search result, reading a news website, or going through a long form.


  • Quickly change the auto-scroll speed on any website.
  • Save the auto-scroll speed in three different modes; slow, medium and fast.
  • A single click will stop the auto-scrolling.

Is this a Free Helperbird feature?

It is! Adjusting line, letter, and word spacing is a free feature of Helperbird.

Screenshot of a Google Docs document titled 'Untitled document'. Within the document, there's partial text stating 'Hello everyone my nam'. Beneath the incomplete sentence, there's a word prediction tool suggesting completions like 'name', 'names', 'named', etc. On the right side, the Helperbird extension is active, displaying several features. There's a bright pink 'Helperbird note' that quotes Chef Gusteau from Ratatouille, saying, 'Your only limit is your soul. What I say is true—anyone can cook ... but only the fearless can be great.' Other visible Helperbird tools include 'Voice typing', 'Sticky note', 'Word Prediction', and 'Highlighter'.

Annotations & Sticky Notes

Transform your research and workflow with Helperbird's Annotations & Sticky Notes feature. Effortlessly highlight, annotate, and leave comments on any website or PDF. Choose from a variety of colors and sizes, and organize your notes seamlessly. Save to the cloud and export in multiple formats, all while using our robust search functionality.

Line, Letter, and Word Spacing

Effortlessly fine-tune the spacing of lines, letters, and words on any website or PDF. Enhance readability and tailor your online reading experience with Helperbird.

Show Alt & Image Descriptions

Streamline your web browsing by showing image and link descriptions on mouse over with Helperbird on any website or PDF. Gain quick insights into content by hovering over images and links.

5 out of 5 stars

“After using Helperbird I can't say enough positive things about it. This extension has truly transformed my online reading experience. Whether it's adjusting font sizes, reducing eye strain with the gray filter, or using the dyslexia-friendly fonts, Helperbird offers a range of features that cater to individual preferences and needs. The customizable color options and text alignment have also been incredibly helpful for personalizing my browsing. And the speed reading feature? It's a game-changer! Overall, Helperbird is a versatile, user-friendly tool that enhances accessibility and makes online reading a breeze. Highly recommended!”

Charlie Nishelle Calkins, recognized for her contributions to Helperbird
Charlie Nishelle Calkins
Helperbird Pro user