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Hello there - I was wondering if there is any mechanism to clone or copy a form, or to create a base form with a set of standard fields that are auto populated on create? It's a bit cumbersome for my users to have to re-create the same form fields every time they want to create a new one (i.e. First Name, Last Name, etc).
Busy week, so I unfortunately can't respond as in-depth as I'd like to your question. Here's the quick version:
If you tell me a bit about why they'd want to create a bunch of similar forms, I might be able to offer some advice about some approaches that might accomplish the end goal.
Thanks for your response. In general, the content editors are having to put the same fields on forms every time they create one, as there is almost always a standard set of fields they want to include on their forms - i.e. First Name, Last Name, Email Address, etc.
I have some options to generate these fields programmatically, but all of the methods I've explored so far obscure this logic from the content editor - its being done on rendering. In my case Umbraco is being used in a headless fashion and content is rendered using a custom Angular front end.
As it stands I'm just looking for a way to speed up adding these fields to forms as content editors are creating them, while still making it clear within Umbraco backoffice that these fields are present.
I can look into custom development on the formulate code itself, was just hoping there was a non-obvious easier solution.
Thank you for getting back to me. If anything else comes to mind please don't hesitate to comment further.
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