If you’ve been using HeyForm for a while, you’ll know that you can include subheadings in your forms. Subheadings consisting of a title and possible body text are a perfect way to divide larger forms for invitations or surveys into smaller sections.
What you may not have known is that you can also use the subheading for other purposes, such as embedding a map with directions using Google Maps. Here we show you how easy it is to get your next invitation.
- Navigate to Google Maps and find the address you want to display in your invitation
- Click on the “Link” icon at the top of the search results, then copy the code that appears in the “Paste HTML to embed on website” field
- Create a new subheading in your form in HeyForm
- Enter the title of your choice for the subheading, then paste the code from Google Maps into the “Instructions to the respondent” field in HeyForm
In order for the map to be displayed optimally in your form, we recommend that you change the width of the map in the form. This is easily done by setting the parameter “width” in the pasted code to the value of 100% as shown above.