URL parameter or Page attribute

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Hi there,

I'm using a form for workshop-reservations. Every workshop has an own page with the formify reservation form on it. There are some standard fields to be filled in for the visitor. But obviously i need to know for what workshop (and thus from what page) the reservation is made, so that i know what workshop the reservation is made for.

I think i can do this by using an URL parameter to fill a hidden field. Or even better would be a page attribute to be auto-filled into a hidden field, because i'm using page attributes for the workshops.
But i don't know at all how to do this. I would be very thankful if you could help me find a solution on how to do this. If it's too much work, i could even pay you if needed.
Let me know.

Thanks in advance and kind regards!

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jgarcia replied on at Permalink Reply
You can do it by URL parameter pretty easily. Just edit the field, change "Default Value" to "URL Parameter" and then specify the URL parameter you will use to pass in the value.

There's not a way to specify a value via page attribute as of now, but if that would be helpful I can add it to the roadmap.
buurvrouw replied on at Permalink Reply
Yeah, i figured this out. Still would be very handy if a page attribute could specify a value.
In this client-case i have to specify the workshop name, but also a workshop code. But i think this is a very handy feature in lots of cases.

For now i have a workaround, but it would be awesome if this could work!

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