- ewsnetAsked on June 28, 2017 at 10:47 AM
Does jotform has option see the URL, where created form is used, like I created a form here and I used the code one of page html page, but I forgot, where I used this form, as I have 100+ pages in the website, so If i see the form in my jotform, so can we track/see, where did I used this form in the website.
- JotForm SupportaubreybourkeAnswered on June 28, 2017 at 11:02 AM
Yes it is possible. But you would need access to your account to modify your form. You dont need to embed it again.
You can see the URL of the page containing the form using a widget:
So search for one of these widgets in the builder on the left. And just drag one of them onto your form.
Both of these will add a Form URL parameter to your submissions.
- ewsnetAnswered on June 29, 2017 at 05:43 AM
This is I know and we have been using it, please read my question again, let me try to explain you again, what we want to know
Like we are on jotform and we are editing a form and then we noticed, we format, where did we used this form at home page, contact us page or service page, so do we have option to see the Page's URL, where did we use this form in our website
I hope this time, we explained properly, but if you still have doubt, please ask
- JotForm SupportNik_CAnswered on June 29, 2017 at 06:24 AM
You want to have the URL of the page where the form is embedded submitted with the rest of the submission data right?
If that's the case, my colleague actually gave you the widget for that, the widget (https://widgets.jotform.com/widget/get_form_page_url)
Here is the guide as well: https://www.jotform.com/help/95-Capture-the-Page-URL-Where-the-Form-is-Embedded
It will give you the parent page URL ( the page where the form is embedded). And I understood that that is what you need.
But please be mindful, this will work only when the form is submitted, in that way, the information about the page will go together with rest of the data.
We don't have another way to determine where each form is embedded if you meant to track the embedded form when you're editing it on the website, we can track form data only when the form is submitted.
If you need to know where the form is embedded while you're editing it in the form editor, maybe you could insert a hidden field in the form and just write in it the page name "Contact Us page", "Service page", "Home" etc. So it is visible only to you when you're editing it and you know which page (on the website where the form is embedded) you're working on.
If we're still not on the same page with this issue, please let us know.