Sign Up Form - One Checkbox for Multiple Lists

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Delaware-Historical-Society
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Hello all,

 

I would like to know if there is a way to use one sign up form to add people to multiple lists, but have it appear without a checkbox for each list. When I select multiple lists on the sign-up forms, a checkbox automatically appears giving people the option of which lists they'd like to sign up for. Given the way our lists are segmented (larger non-profit) we would like to be able to have them automatically signed up to more than one list without that checklist appearing. Is this possible? 

 

Thank you!

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Amanda_G
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Hi @Delaware-Historical-Society , 

 

At this time, we do not have the ability to have contacts sign up to multiple lists without the contact physically choosing multiple lists. For others that come across this post, we have a feature request to allow multiple lists to show on the Lead Generation Landing Page and encourage you to comment or give a thumbs up on that page instead of commenting here. Doing this allows you to be notified of updates as we will not respond here. For now, I would recommend manually adding your contacts to additional lists


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Amanda_G
Employee

Hi @Delaware-Historical-Society , 

 

At this time, we do not have the ability to have contacts sign up to multiple lists without the contact physically choosing multiple lists. For others that come across this post, we have a feature request to allow multiple lists to show on the Lead Generation Landing Page and encourage you to comment or give a thumbs up on that page instead of commenting here. Doing this allows you to be notified of updates as we will not respond here. For now, I would recommend manually adding your contacts to additional lists


Amanda G.
Community & Social Care
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DelawareHistoricalSociety
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Thank you Amanda! I do not see the accepted solution button anywhere - but you definitely answered my inquiry. 

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