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CMS Form - to create booking service Merged

Let cms data to be added to a form. So every collections have the options to send different data.

To create a booking service we need a form that is connected to individual collections. Example, the date and time should be automatically be sent with the form. The client should be able to fill a dropdowns or radio buttons and so on. 

I know this might be a lot of work, but with a good implementation of this, webflow will be one of the best booking service on planet earth. :) That opens up for a huge market.

  • Kjell Ruben S.
  • Jan 18 2017
  • Juan Martín Lusiardo commented
    30 Jan, 2017 09:22pm

    Kjell, can you share some websites/apps where the booking service is well made? Thanks!

  • Kjell Ruben S. commented
    30 Jan, 2017 08:56pm

    No, these to can be combined. I guess only different is ,that I point out that, some data need to be added to the form, automatically. Like the name of the collection item and a date and so on. Maybe the designer can decide what data needs to be sent when designing. 

    This is a bit heavy. We are talking about a booking service. And there is very few good booking services out there. Im guessing thats because its hard to make. But I think webflow is close. :)

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    Webflow Team commented
    30 Jan, 2017 08:44pm

    Kjell, any difference between this and 

  • Kjell Ruben S. commented
    29 Jan, 2017 04:04pm

    Hi, Sergie

    I mean being able to use the CMS to populate form inputs like dropdowns, radio buttons, etc.

    Even something so simple as the Collection Name is sent with the form, so the client knows what event the customer is signing up to. Now the customer have to write in the name of the event herself, and the time and date. 


  • Sergie Magdalin commented
    24 Jan, 2017 10:56pm

    Kjell, I need some clarification. Do you mean being able to submit a form with information and that information being added to the CMS? Or do you mean being able to use the CMS to populate form inputs like dropdowns, radio buttons, etc.