Unfortunately, I have a requirement where I need around 127 fields for a CMS/Registration page capture but am limited by Webflow’s limit on the number of fields. Usually we do this across 4-5 registration page steps in our old Drupal system. Is there a way to do this within Webflow, where we use say 4-5 collection pages that allow a persistent/parallel form submission? So for example my worry is, is if someone (customer 1) is completing Step 1 (CMS1) and then continues to Step 2 (CMS2), how can I ensure the data is married up and it’s Customer 1’s data in the same submission count/row on each step/cms item? What would prevent a concurrent user (Customer 2) filling out the form at Step 1 and Step 2 and their (Customer 1 and Customer 2) data getting mixed up (so Customer 1’s Step 1 data is in CMS 1, submission count/row 1, but their Step 2 data is in CMS 2, submission count/row 2 and vice-a-versa for Customer 2)?
I’m not the best at explaining myself I know, but the reason why I need the data married up correctly is that I then plan to export it to Airtable into one table, with the 127 fields.
Any advice would greatly be appreciated.