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How can I make public the names of people that fill my form?Asked by OldwaysPT on August 18, 2016 at 01:42 PM
I have created a form with the Petition template so that we can get people to sign up to participate in a virtual event. When they sign up, two things should happen ideally: we get a notification about the sign up (that includes their email address); and their name/location are gathered and posted so they're public on our website (sort of how petitions work).
I can't find the embed code or option for the actual sign-up list to be made public. I want to embed the form AND have the sign ups viewable at www.oldwayscheese.org
If you want to receive email Notification when your form is submitted, you need to set up email Notification. Inside of this guide you can find how to do it:
To embed your form to your website, please check this guides:
We recommend using of iFrame code:
If you want to show submitted data on your webpage as well, you can create HTML Table Listing report and get iFrame code of your report, so you can embed the report on your webpage.
Inside of this guide you can find how to create an HTML Table Listing report:
Also please check different type of reports on this page:
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