document upload by email

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I have two websites (English and Spanish) offering translation services, I want potential clients to be able to upload a document in the email form to request a quote, how can I do that?
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Todd H, Social Media Specialist

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I am very sorry, but this type of feature is not available with Homestead.
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You would be able to do it using a 3rd party form builder that supports this feature. You can build the form and they will provide you the HTML to put on your site.
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Thank you, can you suggest a provider for this service? thank you in advance
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Thank you so much
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I was able to get the form from jotform.com but now I don't know how to incorporate it to my website, help please
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You should be able to get embed code from them. Copy that code and then place it in an HTML box. Click on Elements, then HTML > Embed HTML
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It worked! thank you so much, now, how can I add that page and link to my navigation menu?
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Click on the menu. Then on the right, click the links tab. At the top of the link list, click the +. Select the page to link to and update the display name.