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How to Set Up Limited Inventory Control for a Form

If you are selling something that has a limited quantity, such as seats in an event you are putting on, then you can use something like this to make sure you do not sell more seats than you have to offer. In t...

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Track the Referrer When Using a Form on Multiple Websites

On this page you will see how to use one Form ​with a hidden unique identifier field on multiple websites to track which URL each submission was derived from. This is useful if you embed a single Form on sever...

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Optional PayPal Webite Payments Standard Fields and their Meaning

For our PayPal Website Payments Standard integration, you really only need two things, your PayPal email address and a Price field on your form. We actively encourage users to stay away from those other option...

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How to Customize the Subject of an Email Based on a Form Field

In a Confirmation/Notification Email, you can submission data into the Subject line. To do this, first create a custom Confirmation or Notification Email inside the Settings > Emails & Actions tab of you...

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How to Change the Reply-To Address on a Notification Email

A notification email is the email that is sent to you, the owner of the form. The "from" or "reply-to" address on this email can be the email address of the person filling out the form, noreply@formstack.com, ...

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Building Lunch Order and Pitch-In Forms

We have a saying around the Formstack office for any repetitive task we have to do via email, paper or other means: "Can you build a form for that?". The answer is usually yes, and the form is always a time s...

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Create Graded Quizzes using Self-Calculating Fields in 4 Easy Steps

Step 1: Create A Form You can create a new form from within the Forms tab via the New Form button in the top right of the form menu. Step 2: Create Your Questions Once you have your new form started,...

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How to Build a Single Item with Quantity Order Form

Here we're going to look at how to build a single item order form that also contains a quantity to automatically calculate the end user's total. To build a single item order form where the user chooses a quant...

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Giving your Users a Payment Option

Sometimes you might want to give your customers different payment options on your form. You can do this using Submit Actions and Routing Logic. First, create a radio button/dropdown list field on your form that...

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How to Insert a User's IP Address into an Email

Formstack automatically collects the IP addresses of users submitting forms. You can find this info on the Submissions tab of your form by clicking on each individual submission. You may to insert these IP ad...

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