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How to embed a public form on a website
How to embed a public form on a website

Add a public form on your website so that requesters can access the form directly from a page.

Ian Castelli avatar
Written by Ian Castelli
Updated over a week ago

👤 For pipe admins

🔐 Available on all plans

🎯 For those who want to request with embedded forms on a website

⏩ Content Summary:

Learn how to embed a public form on a website to collect requests:

  • When you activate public forms, you can copy the embedded code of the form to incorporate into your website

  • Incorporate the code into your website and receive people's requests

The public form is the best way to receive new requests in a pipe, whether in a purchasing, recruiting, or sales process inside Pipefy. It is an external link that ensures people can submit information without accessing Pipefy.

Besides providing a public form link, you can embed the form on your company web page.

Get inspired:

Human Resources

For example, if you want to set the form on a careers page to receive applications or on an HR page to receive internal requests from the team. Either way, you’ll always receive requests as cards in the pipe, with clear visibility of tasks and prioritization.

Embedding a public form

The first step to embedding a form on your website is having its code. Click the Share form button located in the header of the pipe.

A sharing screen will appear, with a link to the public form, a button to customize it, some other options, and the embed code itself on a page.

  1. Activate the public mode

  2. Click the Copy embed code button to get the code.

This is an iframe code, which creates a frame within a page that opens another site at the same time, but without leaving the original page. It is an HTML standard code that we will paste directly into the HTML code of your company page.

Just look for your website's iframe code, paste the code copied from Pipefy, and then adjust it correctly. The form may not be in the correct position (especially if the site was not made in WordPress), so we recommend the help of a programmer, if possible.

💡Tip: See how to incorporate iframe code in the most popular website providers.

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