Creating a Contact Form with the Form Wizard

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a contact form (f. e. to receive basic contact data, messages etc. from prospects and clients)

1. Name your form

Here you give your form a name. The name is only for the administration of the form and not visible to submitters of the form.
Type in the form name, f. e. "Contact Request".

Click Next.

2. Form Elements

Here we provide you with a set of form fields that you typically use in a contact form. 
To add more fields, select them from the drop-down menu on the right and click "Add Field".
The fields you select are added beneath the default fields. You can easily move their position by Drag & Drop.
For each field, fill out the tabs General and Validation.

General

Label: This is the field name
Description: This is shown as an help text to the one who fills out the form.

Validation

Required: Select if the field is required or not.
Validation Error Message: Choose your individual error message, that appears when the user didn't fill in the required field.
Validation Min/Max Length: If necessary, define here the minimum and maximum of characters that are necessary to submit the form.

3. Mail Notifications

Here you can set up a mail notification to get notified any time a user submits this form. Label = The name of the email notification
To = The name that appears in the „To“ field of the email notification
From = The email address that appears in the „To“ field of the email notification
Sent mail to = The email addresses that get an email notification each time new content is submitted
Subject = Message subject
Content = Your individual message. You can anhance your individual message with any form or field slug.
Click Finish.

4. Ready to publish

High Five! Your form is ready!
Find here all the short codes that you can embed in any page or article you like to publish your form and/or the related objects. Click Copy + C to save it into your clipboard for further use.
From the menu on the right sight, you can jump right into the preview of your new form, your submissions or back to the form itself.

Read the instructions about Publishing the Form and learn how to embed it.

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