1. Send to EmailTo Email
To send the contents of your form to your email. Check the Send to Email checkbox to expand all options in this section.
: Specify the address To which submitted forms should be addressed. We can display customer submitted details by applying $xxxxx$ wildcards for the special values of the corresponding Form Field Name.From
: Specify the address From which the form will be sent. This can be your own specific email address, or we can display customer submitted details by applying $xxxxx$ wildcards for the special values of the corresponding Form Field Name.Subject
: of the email that will be received on submission of the form (like New Information Request). We can display customer submitted details by applying $xxxxx$ wildcards for the special values of the corresponding Form Field Name.
Advanced Options for Actions
Turn on the Advanced Options button at the bottom of the Form editor to reveal the rest of the available Form Actions.
Format: of the mail. If Plain is selected any formatting will be lost. If HTML is selected the submitted email will be displayed in HTML format if your mail client supports this option.
2. Send Confirmation Email
To display additional information and/or apply special formatting to the mail containing the form data submitted, choose Use Template option and a Template Editor will open.
The Template Editor resembles a simplified Text and Images editor, and has its own Save and Cancel links which will let you save the template or go back to the Form editor. The Template Editor will let you apply your own formatting and include in the email body the value of any field from the form. Use the Value dropdown on top right of the Template Editor to insert placeholders for the desired field values in your template. You will see that all form fields you have added to your form appear in this dropdown referenced by their Name. After your template is ready and saved, each submission of your form will result in an email sent to your email, and the content of the email will follow the content structure you have set in your Template.
This action allows you to send a timely response to your visitors notifying that their information has been properly submitted and will be processed shortly. To Email drop-down lets you specify the field to be used for email data. The field will be filled in with your visitor's email address, and the Form will use it to send the confirmation email to it. Enter the email address from which this confirmation message will appear to be sent in your visitor's mailbox. Specify its subject. Finally, you have the option to edit the confirmation message itself, clicking the Template > Edit link. It will open a simple Text Templateeditor to be used to devise your message. Save the template when you are done using the Save button on the Template Editor. 3. Send to Database
By selecting the Send to Database
checkbox all form-fields submitted through your form will be added to a database on your site. The Form will create its own database, with all necessary columns of the type it needs. This data is accessible along with the Database Editor application. You can also use an imported database, but before setting up the Form to use the imported database, make sure it has all necessary columns of type and name exactly as the type and name your Form fields use. For more details visit our Database Editor application tutorial
If you check the option Requires Confirmation, your visitors will receive an email with a link they need to click to confirm their entry. Checking this option will open a To Email drop-down, asking you to specify the email field from the Form. The email address your visitor enters in that field will be used to send the confirmation email with the confirmation link.
If you check the option Require Approval, you will need to also enter email address for the moderator. The moderator will be sent an email upon submission of the Form, asking him to click on a link to approve this entry in a database. This function is useful to guard against spam submissions or accident submissions from visitors.
Feedback Form Wizard
The Form editor features a ready form wizard for Feedback. You can add it using its icon. It comes with the necessary for this type of form submission fields, complete with a Call To Action button. The fields have predefined settings that you can modify if necessary.
Location of Success and Error messages
After submission of the Form the system displays success or error message. The Form allows you to specify the location on the succession and error messages, depending on where in the editor you add them. Use the following icon: located at the top right of the Form editor to specify the desired location.
The form properties also allows you to specify a custom Success message, when Advanced Options are On. If you leave the field blank, the system will display the default success message, otherwise you can input the desired notice to be displayed to your website visitors.
Please note, the custom Success message options is not available if the form is configured to redirect the site visitor to another page.
Form next page
Instead of submitting the form and remaining on the page where it is located, you can configure it to send your visitors to another page. In Actions tab select a page from Next Page drop-down, or copy / paste the URL of an external page, or an email address or phone number for a link to those. Click the green arrow to set. Turn on Advanced Options button at the bottom to specify whether the next page should open in the same window of the browser, a new window, in a lightbox, and if search engines should index it.