Embed Request Forms into web pages

It would be great to be able to embed my Request Forms into a web page - easy access for potential clients on my website. All they have to do is fill out the form and we receive it as a new project automatically.

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Anastasia

Hi Dana, this is a great idea, thank you for posting it here! I'm sure you've already had a chance to check this out, but in case anyone else is curious, I wanted to mention that it's possible to share links to External Request Forms which can be filled out by clients. These links can be added to your website for easier access too. :) Happy to answer any question about this!

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Is there any progress on the possibility of an embed option versus forcing users to click on the external form link? Thanks

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Alina

Hi Anna and Dana, I was able to confirm with the Product Team that there should be no obstacles for embedding the External Request form with the help of <iframe> HTML tag. Could you please tell me if are facing errors with this? I'm happy to discuss any improvements you'd like here and bring this feedback to the attention of our Product Team. Thanks for your input :)

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Alina,

I'm not going to speak for Anna and Dana but iframes are a bit out dated, what about API connections or plugins within Wordpress (for example) that would allow a better looking integration with websites?

Thanks, Erik

 

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Hi

As Erik mentioned, we're very interested in an option that allows form integration with our sharepoint based intranet.

Either that or the ability to pass user info to the Wrike form so that we can autopopulate fields (and hide them) so that we don't have to be asking for personal details every single time someone needs to submit a form (we have a large number of collaborators).

Can we even do something as simple as passing form parameters in a URL post?

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Stephen

Hi all, really appreciate the ideas and suggestions posted here. The Product Team has been made aware of the post. It's not on their roadmap right now, but if and when this changes I'll keep you updated here 👍

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I would also love to see the ability to remove the new CAPTCHA that has been added to the external forms.  While I understand the thought process behind them, they have now rendered my custom built CRM useless as the CAPTCHA fails to believe it's a real browser, making the forms impossible to submit.

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Agreed.  I'm evaluating this software, and being able to embed a link into MS Teams,for internal users, would be very useful.  But the Captcha functionality makes that process too painful for my users.

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I'd like to embed in Salesforce and remove the captcha as well. Some of my users are quick to anger and then their support ticket goes from software issue to smashed computer issue when they fail the 5th captcha in a row....

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Has there been any update for removing the CAPTCHA  feature for external request forms? 

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I am also getting pressure to remove the CAPTCHA from our external forms. This seems like it should be an easy thing to add a checkbox whether we want the CAPTCHA or not on our forms. Any update on this?

 

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Pretty sure captcha exists to protect the system from attack, and not optional.

id look at using an external form app and then push the data into Wrike via a Zapier integration. This way you can use some other form app for your embedded form, then pass the data into Wrike via their api.

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Maybe the Product team can have a look at Formstack and the way they embed forms with javascript! <iframe> embeds are undesirable. 

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Another vote to disable Captcha. We host these forms on protected, non-searchable pages, as well as on our intranet, and people HATE the captcha. Please add option to disable. Thanks.

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Another vote to disable Captcha. Please add option to disable. Thanks!

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Stephen

@all - good news! There's now an option to disable the Captcha on External forms. Thank you for the feedback and votes here which helped push this to development 👍

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I am just setting up but I have Wufoo for forms and it allows multiple types of Embedding.  

 

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Would love the option to embed a form directly onto a site. We have a few internal sites that we'd like to embed a survey on. Would be great to have a form preview.

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I was looking for the iframe code as well, and just stumbled upon this forum today, so I'm a little late to the conversation. Not sure if Wrike has provided a response yet, but if you're looking for a way to embed your form into your website or a landing page, I've figured out a workaround (you just may need to cover up the Wrike logo with images somehow), but use this script (simply replace my form code with yours):

<iframe width="1000" height="700" frameborder="0" src="https://www.wrike.com/form/eyJhY2NvdW50SWQiOjIwMDA2MTksInRhc2tGb3JtSWQiOjE4ODk4NX0JNDcwMjc2MDIwMzA4MAk0YjlkMGNjODJlNzBiMGMxMWI5Nzk0MTY0MGI5MDRkNGFiY2E4MGIxYmVhNzMzNDNiODQ5NDc1NzVjMzI3YTIx"></iframe>

Also, you'll need to change the width & height according to your needs.

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Hello,

i try to embed a external request form into our webpage via iframe. Everyhting is working good expect the dropdown menu. On some screens the content of the dropdown options is missing. On other (smaller screens) or if I resize my browser window one time, everything is shown correctly. In the attachment you can find a screenshot:

Best regrads 

Michael

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We are also looking at this as a solution. When our reception team handles incoming calls from clients, we want to be able to send them to the form to fill out a support request but the Wrike URLs are... so unmanageable. Please have an embed feature that offers full functionality!

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