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I don't want to display the 'Tracking Code' in the form header.

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  1. Matthew van Bockel
    If you wanted to use the Tracking Code feature but not display it, the other alternative would be simply hide the Rich Text field by setting the Visibility Rule to "Never Visible" (instead of setting the data property per step #3 in my previous post).
    For example:
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  2. Don Sibley
    Is the tracking code feature available in composer 3.6?
  3. Unknown User (support)
    No, Tracking code has only been introduced in TM 4.0
  4. Ben Warner
    Note, there is a flag on the _formHeader block under General called 'Include Tracking Code'. Deselecting this check box (selected by default) will stop the tracking code from being shown in the header.
  5. Ben Warner
    This flag can be seen in the screenshot below:

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    1. Matthew van Bockel
      Hi Sharon,
      To hide the "Tracking Code" label, you can set it to only display if it actually has an assigned value.
      To do this, the form developer needs to:

      1. display internal fields (click the "gear" icon at the top of the form Structure panel).

      2. search for the 'trackingCode' rich text floating field.

      3. under Data properties, set 'Hide When Phase Value Is Empty' to 'true' (selected).


      See the example screenshot:
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