Forms enable the visitors of your website to communicate with you. They also present you with an oppourtunity to gather information about your visitors. Some of the features of the Form Manager will be covered in another module.
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Go to the Form Manager Button from the Content tab of the LaunchPad Menu.
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Select Create a New Form
The other sections (form objects and editing system forms) will be covered in another module.
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Type in the name of the form, one that you can identify what this particular form is.
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Type in the Recipient Address. This is the email that this form will be sent to once the form is submitted by the user. The Form Type and Senders Address will be covered in another module.
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Re-type the Form Name into the Alias field. This is so Google recognizes what the form is as well as your visitors.
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In the Form Header, give instructions on what this form is and what will happen from a business point of view when someone fills it out. As you may have notice, the header has the same editing bar as the other pages. Therefore, you can insert videos and images as well as tables.
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Select a Page to display after the Form Submission. Remember this page is the first contact you have with your visitor after they have submitted a form. It would be a good idea to say thank you.
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Select the Page to email to the form submitter. If you have set the Home Page to display after the Form Submission it is best to email the submitter a thank you email that you would create as a page. If you have selected a Thank You page to display after the form has been submitted, you may not need to send a thank you email but maybe send an email about a special offer on a product, service or any educational material you may have constructed.
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There are some standard form objects you can include in your form, to add one click here. Adding a custom form object will be covered in another module.
Step 10 of 10)
Select Create Form