We’re a pet retailer looking to set up a new acquisition flow for new Puppy and Kitten owners.
A new form will be created to capture the information of these new customers, including their pet’s name.
If a customer were to fill out the form more than once, I’m concerned that they could overwrite their pet’s name or other details.
What can be done to reduce the chances of this happening?
I’m familiar with targeting by visitor, but conscious of the limitation whereby the customer must be cookied.
Is it possible to:
- Block customer sign-ups from customers who try to use the same email more than once in the same form?
- Display or hide dynamic content or fields in a form based on the customer?
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