Support » Plugin: Google Forms » Adding Hidden Fields

  • Resolved sistern

    (@sistern)


    I am having trouble including hidden fields on my form. In your admin bar I can see how to place values in these fields, and if I add an empty field to my form it gathers the required current_user information, but I would like that field ot be hidden, and the information to be passed to the form along with everything else, so i can use it for queries. What is the best way to add an extra field that will be hidden? I have a multi-page form, and the id’s do not carry over between pages (I cannot simply make a page in the form with those fields that doesn’t get accessed.)

    Hopefully the above made sense, please assist if you can. From my understanding this is a broad issue a lot of people face with google forms integration into wordpress and their own db’s.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpgform/

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  • Plugin Author Mike Walsh

    (@mpwalsh8)

    To added a hidden field you define the field on the Google form as a simple text box. Within the WordPress definition of the form you use the hidden fields section to tag the field as hidden and you have a couple options for setting the value.

    See this post for some details.

    Thread Starter sistern

    (@sistern)

    Brilliant, I didn’t realize that your plugin would automatically hide the field for me.
    This is resolved now, thanks. Great plugin!

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