When submitting native form data, you can exclude fields. This article will detail how to exclude fields from form submissions.
The following user roles can edit native form embed code content:
When collecting form data, there can be reasons to exclude a field from the submission to SharpSpring. The most common reasons for this are:
- The field includes sensitive data. The field includes data, such as passwords or social security numbers, that should not be transmitted over the connection to SharpSpring.
- Fields that cause form submissions to fail. Some third-party providers add additional fields that do not need to be collected by SharpSpring, but have names or data that cause issues due to length or special characters.
To edit your native form embed code to exclude passing specific fields, do the following:
Example embed code before edits.
Example embed code after edits.
Excluded fields will not appear on the field mappings page for your form.