With miniExtensions form, you have the choice to allow prefilling any field, including hidden ones. You can use this feature to send out forms with some prefilled IDs, for instance, without visually showing them in the form. It works by using the
prefill_fieldName= parameter. Our form prefilling function works in the same way it does on Airtable Form. Go here for more details.
Here’s an example for a form with some prefilled hidden fields. After you submit this form, the
Notes field (which is hidden) would be auto-filled with the word “test”. You can check the results in the view below.
The full URL in the demo above is:
2. Embed on your site
The form can be both shared as a URL or embedded in your website.
If you click on the sample view below, you’ll see the table that’s used for the demo above.