When a web form asks for my title, they are almost never looking for 'Mr'. They want to know my job title. Can we change this?
I agree! I never need to use my salutation, but I always need to provide my job title when registering for webinars and conferences.
Could you try deleting the entry for the site with the form in question, and adding it back to your Vault using the Save All Entered Data option:
Thanks for trying, RachelO, but that doesn't help at all. I'm trying to use this for ALL webinar registrations, from all companies, not just those from one source. Your suggestion doesn't work for very many reasons. The main ones seem to be that that approach creates a password entry tied to a URL instead of an Address item in LP; the fields created from that approach for that particular webinar were named input_1, input_2, input_3, and so forth, which won't work on other sites; and some webinar registrations force open a new browser window without access to the LP icon and thus without the ability to invoke LP as instructed.
Thanks for the additional information. I've passed this idea along to our development team for consideration in future updates, as this would be a useful option to have.
Job Title is one of a few pieces of data that were lost when the LP upgrade took place. I used be able to autofill Known Traveler Number and others from custom fields; as far as I can tell this functionality is lost.
couldn’t agree more!
YES YES YES!!! Please fix this!! Add a business title field and call salutation a salutation! 🙂
Yes Please for me too. This would make my life so much easier.
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