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An example url parameter might be:
When you have your hidden field in the form just hit the drop down to ask for "Get Value from URL Paramter" and then just put projectid in the parameter field. Default can be whatever you want in case there isn't a value.
Give that a go. Cookies are good if you want to store the cookie throughout their web visit and not just on the immediate field.
Hi Michael, thanks for clarifying.
I feel I have it set up correctly to pass using URL and the field name e.g. - www.mylandingpage.com.au?Project_name_C
I used the field name that appeared when in the form editor.
As I mentioned before, it passes through the default value OK but not the original project ID when a lead updates their email address and subsequently creates a new record via this form.
You may need JS for the data to carry from one page to another. That is what we experienced. When you click on to the next page the data values in the URLs don't always carry over.
Hi Lynda, you're missing the parameter in that. You need to define a field name & then the value. So your url should look more like ?project=Project_name_C ... then in your form you have a hidden field, parameter is Project, default is No-Project. Then it'll work.