Is this ever possible?
Can I have User Form A which contains a field called, say, spoken_languages and then have exactly the same field on User Form B so that if the user updates on Form A it will be automatically updated on Form B and vice versa?
As I see it at the moment when I create a new form I have to have a new field so that in the user metadata there will be an entry for the spoken_languages field on Form A and another for Form B, with different field_xxxxx values.
As far as I know, you can do this with the “fields” paramenter on acf_form(), something like this:
'fields' => array('key_01','key_02');
Thanks, but unfortunately it doesn’t seem to want to add a field_group alongside a couple of extra fields from another form:
$options = array(
'fields' => array( 'field_5d2870ee42a46', 'field_5d28712c42a47' ),
'field_groups' => array( 926 ),
It shows just the two ‘extra’ fields rather than the fields and the field group.
You can’t select both groups and fields. If you want specific fields then you need to include every field.
Fair enough; I’ll find a workaround for this.
PS John, thanks for your User Role Field Setting plugin – very useful!!