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    How to populate fields in a process using a web form

    Do you want to streamline your workflow and easily populate fields in Tallyfy from a web form? Look no further! With Tallyfy, you can launch a process and automatically fill in the required information using a simple web form. Let’s dive into the details!

    ​​ Prerequisites

    Before we get started, make sure you have the following:

    1. A Tallyfy account: If you don’t have one already, sign up for a Tallyfy account so you can take full advantage of its amazing features and functionalities.

    2. A webform: You’ll need a web form that will collect the necessary information from your users. Don’t worry if you don’t have one yet, Tallyfy has got you covered!

    ​​ Launching a Process and Populating Fields

    Once you have everything set up, follow these steps:

    1. Create a process in Tallyfy: Log into your Tallyfy account and navigate to the Processes tab. Click on the “New Process” button and give it a name that reflects its purpose.

    2. Customize your process: Tallyfy allows you to add steps, assign tasks, and set due dates to make your workflow efficient and seamless. Feel free to tailor the process to your specific needs.

    3. Enable webform integration: In the process settings, enable the webform integration option. This will generate a unique web form URL for your process.

    4. Share the webform URL: Copy the webform URL and share it with your users. They can now fill in the required fields directly from the web form.

    5. Automatically populate fields: To automatically populate fields in Tallyfy, you can pass the values from the webform using query parameters. All you need to do is append the field name(s) and their corresponding value(s) to the webform URL.

    Here’s an example of how to populate a field named “customer_name” with the value “John Doe”:

    Make sure to URL encode the values if they contain spaces or special characters.

    That’s it! You’ve successfully launched a process and populated fields in Tallyfy from a web form. Now sit back, relax, and let Tallyfy handle the rest!