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    I would like to present on the WPUF form the field of Parent posts – result of ‘relationships' between posts defined in wp-types plugin.
    This plugin makes possible to define not just custom post types and taxonomies, but also define the ‘position in the structure' between posts: certain post may be Parent to other selected as well as Child of others selected. This allows the author to select not just data but also insert as a data certain posts (ie Parents…). E.g. defining the post My Birthday of custom type Event I could select from the list of custom post types Places the one like Restaurant Happyness.
    WP-Types have their own front-end forms plugin, that is not as simple and pleasant as yours, but it allows to see on the form e.g. Parent custom posts types to current post…


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    Hello Maciej,

    Meta Key could be the solution here. If the meta keys are saving data in post_meta table then you can use the meta keys with any custom text field. To find the actual meta key of a post you can use “Post meta inspector” Plugin. This plugin will help you to find out the actual meta key. If you go to the form editor, then you will see custom fields section on the right side. Click on text field and right below the title field(this is simple example), you will get to see the meta key field. I think you can find the meta key of the WP-Types field and then in the custom filed you can use that meta key to save your data.

    Hope you understand the process. If you need more help please let me know.

    Thank You ๐Ÿ™‚

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