Hidden fields are fields that aren't visible to your end users and can't be directly filled out from the form.
Hidden fields are fields that aren't visible to your end users and can't be directly filled out from the form. However, you can use them to control the behavior of your form and run custom logic.
You might want to pre-populate a hidden field that sets the industry of your end user accessing the form. Based on the industry, you create conditional logic in your form that takes them to different questions that are industry specific.
To create a hidden field, access the field selector interface in your editor (via validation rules, navigation rules, or conditional hide rules). Click on the
Hidden Fieldstab, and click
Create Newto create a new hidden field that you can use.
They can be populated via an integration like Plaid, set via our API or embed SDK, and even passed in through Feathery-hosted form URLS. The structure of field values set from our hosted form URLs looks like
form.feathery.io/to/<form slug>/?<field-id>=<field-value>. To specify multiple values for a given field, you can specify the query parameter in the URL multiple times.
Your hidden field results can be viewed the same way as your form field results, within the
Resultstab of the Feathery dashboard.