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  1. Hi @jpeter! I have just tested the script finally, but it doesn't seem to be changing anything unfortunately. Any ideas why it's doing that? I have tried inputting different values into the Value field in the form block configuration or just leaving it completely empty, but that doesn't seem to make it work either. If I input a value, e.g. "1", it always sends through this number, and if I leave it blank, no value at all is received. I look forward to hearing from you if you have any ideas, Thanks a lot, Till
  2. Hi jpeter, thank you for your quick reply, that looks exactly like what I've been looking for! Thank you so much. 🙂 Do you think the code would also work if I was to change "var MAX = 2;" to "var MAX = 4;" in order to assign a value between 1-4 instead of just 1-2? This would give me additional freedom with my split testing campaigns and run 4 sequences at the same time rather than just 2. I can't wait to hear what you think. Thanks again, Till
  3. Site URL: https://www.tinyeasy.co.nz/free-tiny-house-plans Hi Squarespace community! I am trying to create an A/B split test campaign using customer journeys on Mailchimp following this blog's advice: https://meetedgar.com/blog/hacked-mailchimp-ab-test-automated-campaigns/ I currently run a landing page for my company, advertising a free product which signs potential customers up to our e-mail flow. The sign up button uses a classic light boxed form block to collect the user's information. In order to successfully split test our e-mail campaign I need to assign a value, let's say "1" to 50% of the users that sign up, and another value "2" to the other 50% of the users to sign up, which will give me the freedom to split test my e-mail flows automatically. I understand how to add one fixed value "hidden field" within a formblock, but can I use custom code to assign variable values by chance? E.g. 50% of the users are assigned to one value, and 50% are assigned to the other? You can find the landing page here: https://www.tinyeasy.co.nz/free-tiny-house-plans I look forward to hearing your comments, Till
  4. Hi everyone! I am trying to find out if I can create a URL link to my store's checkout page which has an item pre-loaded. I will be able to use this link to use a third party pricing table plugin-in, however the "buy" button only accepts a URL link. If someone clicks the button on the plugin, this should ideally redirect to my Squarespace checkout with an item I am selling added to cart. I have attached a picture to what this will look like below: I have found a similar solution for shopify, however I am unsure if this can work with Squarespace: https://community.shopify.com/c/Shopify-Design/Cart-Use-permalinks-to-pre-load-the-cart/td-p/613702 I look forward to see if anyone has a solution for this! Thanks, Till
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