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Can I create a global newsletter signup block and reuse it throughout the site?

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I'm trying to setup Zapier integration to capture email signups and send them over to my email service provider (Sendlane). When trying to setup a Zap, it grabs the unique ID of the signup form. This means that only one form can be connected to a Zap. So if I want to create a blog with 50 posts, and I want to have a newsletter signup form in each post, that's 50 Zaps. I want to be able to create a global signup block that I can reuse throughout the site.

The one option I found was to put it in the footer, but that doesn't work for two reasons. One, it's so far down that no one will ever see it. I want the signup form to be closer to the top. Second, it's on every single page, so it's in places I don't want it to be.

I've been trying to hack it somehow with embeds and galleries and such, but nothing is working. Has anyone else figured this out? I need to have a single newsletter block or signup form with a single ID that I can put in other places around the site as I see fit.

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Place it in the footer but hide it with CSS. Then add a Code Block wherever you want it to appear, using JavaScript to pull in the hidden Signup form.

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