Request from - don't add to description or title option

Hi there,

Within my request form for feedback on a range of products, I currently use one of the first questions to redirect the parent folder to the right product folder. However, I am forced to add this information to either the title/description or a custom field. However, I do not need this information displayed anywhere, as it is displayed by the task being in the right folder, and it only clutters my description field. I could add a custom field that is hidden, but that is just a workaround.

Can we have an option to not add a question answer to the description/title, but only use it as a redirect?

Cheers,

Pieter

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I have a similar request. We use request forms for our staff to "order" items from our department. It's basically a list of what's available, and they just select what they need. But when a project is created from the submitted form, every item (question) is listed in the project description even if they didn't request it (or respond to that question). It would be great if only the items staff requested (or questions answered) are filled in the description box. Otherwise, it's a lot of unnecessary information, especially when they only request one to two items.

Will post this as a separate request as well. 

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Hugh

Hey everyone, thanks for all of your feedback! It's been passed on to our Product team. I'll let you know as soon as I have an update 😊

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This would be fantastic. Just more functionality for Request forms in general would be great. Or the ability to populate the description with a formula based on responses?

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