Here, You can see how to use different options on the settings tab on your form editor.
Address: You can edit and change the end of your form's address.
Select category: Add a category or folder on your dashboard that you want to save your form in.
Limit one entry per IP: Enable this feature to restrict users from submitting more than one entry per IP address. This helps prevent duplicate entries or spam submissions from the same IP address, ensuring that the data collected is accurate and reliable. Learn more about prevent duplicate submissions.
Show tracking code after submitting the form: Tracking codes help your audience and you track the submitted data on your forms. Learn more about how to provide an application tracking code.
Active from/Active to field: Set a specific start and end date for your form’s availability. This means that the form will only be active and accessible to users during the specified time period. This feature is useful for time-sensitive events or promotions, as it helps ensure that users do not submit entries outside of the designated time frame.
Redirect URL: settings tab allows form creators to specify a custom URL that users will be redirected to after submitting their form. This can be useful for directing users to a specific landing page, or webpages after they have completed the form submission process. Also, you can redirect users to different URLs using logic.
Allow partial submits (auto-save): Enable partial submissions to view the unfinished responses of people who start answering the form, answer a few of your questions, and leave. How to save form entries partially as the user is filling out the form.
Timer: Set a time limit for users to complete their form submission.
Max Responses: You can also limit your form responses according to your desired number of participants.
Form with payment: Enable payments and connect your payment method to your form.
Custom JS: You can install a tracker on your form, like Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, Mixpanel, etc. by going into the settings tab of your editor, under "Custom JS". Paste the code here and you'll be all set.