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WillT

Is it possible to have our customers upload images?

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We want to be able to accept images from our customers. These will not be the images we use internally in our site presentation — it’s our buying public who would upload/send us the images for us to process. I see lots of different form fields for collecting, say, contact info, but no file-upload field.

Is this possible?

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Squarespace looks like a great platform for e-commerce if we have widgets to sell. Our customers would fill out a form, submit order info, then we’d fulfil that from a warehouse somewhere.

We process images. Customers must be able to get images to us (both onesie-twosie images and hundreds of images in bulk, but we aren’t yet worried about bulk, we’re interested in the onesie-twosies right now). We have no warehouse with widgets to ship. Customer gets an image to us, we process it and get the results back to them.

Is there a way to allow our clientele to upload images to us?

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Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but there is currently no way for a customer / non contributing user to upload images or other content to the site.


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Using some sort of form - either the Squarespace one or an external one eg Formstack plugging into Squarespace it should be possible I think. I've not done it personally but there would be a way I think. Formstack definitely works with Squarespace

My guess is the Squarespace form itself doesn't do this but I've not checked

Don't expect to easily integrate it with Squarespace commerce though.

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I removed the bit about the form from the title, I didn’t think it would materially change the nature of question (just shorten it). The opening line sums it up nicely too.


The name is an Anglicised form of the Greek Korvetti — I like to think there’s a little bit of the ancient Hellenic drive in me.

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Could there be some kind of integration with Dropbox (or similar) via a 3rd-party site?


The name is an Anglicised form of the Greek Korvetti — I like to think there’s a little bit of the ancient Hellenic drive in me.

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Apologies. I took the reference to the absence of a "file upload field" in the discussion about the forms to mean the OP wanted users to upload materials to the site.


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Sorry for the confusion -- no we do not want our customers adding content to our website. We want them to be able to send images to our processing mechanism. Hope that helps :)

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Hi @WillT, I made a video tutorial for you on how to Allow Customers to Upload Images. Hope this helps! https://www.askquesty.com/post/squarespace-form-file-upload

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