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Allowing users to upload files through your Webflow forms with Uploadcare


#1

@YoavGivati , Webflow engineer, found this simple tutorial from Uploadcare.

https://uploadcare.com/tutorials/webflow/

Now you can upload files from your Webflow forms :slightly_smiling: Enjoy!


Form so customers can attach photos?
#2

Hi,I can't seem to get my files uploaded through uploadcare with the widget on the webflow. How do I make it work?


#3

Hi, this is nice. But i can't receive mail anymore through the webflow mail form to my forwarding email address which i entered at the settings page of my project. I followed every step at the tutorial exactly as written.

What could i've done wrong? Do you have any advice @PixelGeek

Thanks


#4

Pls don't regard my previous message. I solved the issue.


#5

Hi, same thing happened to me, followed every step but did not work. How you solved?


#6

Hi @aykut and @Mario_R_Luna_Meza Could you please update your comments with some more information so we can help you faster? Things like your read-only link & screenshots really helps us to help you faster :slight_smile:

How to share a read-only link:

Just to confirm, do you have a hosting subscription on the sites you're using to get the form submissions?


#7

Hi @Mario_R_Luna_Meza

In my case, i did this mistake to duplicate an existing Textfield, which was set on "required" mode. Thus mails couldn't delivered because this filed wants to be filled out with text.

Therefore you only have to create a textfield from scratch, name it hide, set the ID Upload-Picture, add the Attribute (which is delivered at the tutorial page) and enter the generated code by uploadcare to the head code section in your settings panel.

Hope that hepls :wink: