Custom Field Menu: Campaign-Level
The menu that appears when you add a field to your campaign is similar to the field creation menu; there are just a few small differences.
This dropdown menu lists all fields that can be added to this form. Scroll through the list and find your newly-created field:
To require the user to enter their information, switch the Required toggle to YES. If Required is switched to NO, the user will be able to submit the form without entering data.
This setting determines whether the field is visible on your form. The field default is yes: the field will show on the form. Select Hidden from the dropdown menu if you would rather hide it from your users (useful for tracking UTM codes without distracting users, for example).
This is the public name of the field that your users will see. Choose a name that will tell your users the information you want without being too wordy.
5. Default Value
This is an optional field. If you didn't set a default value when you created your field, you can add one here. Reference your field's type for recommended default values.
6. Help Text
This is an optional field. If you didn't set help text when you created your field, you can add it here if necessary. While useful, we recommend using help text only when necessary to keep your form looking clean and easy-to-read.
7. Add Conditions
This is an advanced, optional field that allows you to show or hide your field based on whether the set conditions are met or not. Most organisations will not need to add conditions to their fields. If you're interested in adding conditions to your field, first read our article on setting field conditions.
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