Ability to add additional fields to the user registration form

I would like to be able to add extra fields to the user registration form and have them sync with the connected user table. Examples: city, state, bio, avatar, photo, etc…

Also would be nice for the user to be able to edit that information from the User Profile block.


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You could build the form in airtable, and embed it in a page in softr. Be sure to extend the height to include the whole form or you’ll be scrolling in an iframe window.


<iframe class="airtable-embed" src="https://YOUR SOURCE HERE backgroundColor=green" frameborder="0" onmousewheel="" width="100%" height="1450" style="background: transparent; border: 1px solid #ccc;"></iframe>


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Thanks Tim. I wonder how integrated this looks? Will this complement Softr’s interface?
I need conditional form fields, that Softr hasn’t integrated yet, which will require a lot of formulas in Airtable. I’m not sure if I should plan on embedding forms for Softr if they don’t appear native or look sketchy to external users.

Here’s a link to just my form page so you can see it.


Hi Tim, and thanks for the info. Actually what I’m looking for is the ability to extend the capabilities of the native user Sign Up block within Softr. I would like additional, and mandatory fields in that block so that I can use the native user registration capabilities.

Thanks for the link to your form Tim. It’s nice and neat.

I forgot to mention that I’ll also need hidden fields on the form to collect data (record ids, other parameters, etc.) from a softr list details item, about that item. I’m not sure how I would do that if I embed an airtable form instead on a list details page. The info I’m collecting on the form needs to come from a particular record the list details block and the associated item on a list block, are referencing. Essentially, this needs to occur for many items (i.e. in Airtable they are records in an “Items” table ).

Sorry if I made that confusing. I think it would be a lot simpler if Softr could integrate conditional form fields which Airtable has already. Unless there’s a way an embedded Airtable form on a list details page references the same associated Softr listing details record automatically?

Hey Ben, thanks for the feedback on the form. I don’t know if this will help you or not, but I was watching some videos last nigt, and found this one about building custom forms. I haven’t gotten into it yet, so I don’t have an opinion on how it works.

Thanks Tim. Yes, I saw this video last week. Garath gives a nice example of how to use hidden fields in this one. Hopefully, he’ll post one about Softr’s conditional form fields new feature soon;)