Setting tab options

Customize form settings. IP restriction, date, redirect URL, auto-save, timer, response limit, payment integration, and custom JavaScript.

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Here, You can see how to use different options on the settings tab on your form editor.

Default language

Cater to a wider audience by setting a default language for your form. This ensures respondents see questions and instructions in their preferred language.

Active from/ Active to date

Control the timeframe during which your form is accessible to respondents. This can be useful for collecting data during specific events, promotions, or deadlines.

Set timer

You can create a sense of urgency by incorporating a countdown using conditional logic and hidden fields.

Limit one entry with IP

Prevent duplicate submissions from the same device by limiting entries to one per IP address. This can be helpful for contests, surveys, or forms where you want unique responses.

Send form data to redirect URL

Expand the functionality of your forms by sending submitted data to a designated URL. This allows you to integrate form data with other applications or platforms for further processing or analysis.

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Auto translation

If you enable this option, you can select and translate your form to English or French on the form view.

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Show tracking code after submit

You can display a tracking code after form submission. This allows you to track user behavior after they interact with your form.

Allow partial submits (Autosave)

Enable partial submissions to view the unfinished responses of people who start answering the form, answer a few of your questions, and leave.

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Form with payment

Formaloo likely integrates with various payment gateways to create forms that accept payments. This allows you to collect payments directly through your forms.

You can set a fixed payment amount, and change the currency for your online order form.

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Seo & meta tags

Optimize your form for search engines by incorporating relevant meta tags. These tags provide search engines with information about your form's content, improving its discoverability in search results.

Upload favicon

Strengthen your form's branding by uploading a custom favicon. This small icon appears in browser tabs and bookmarks, giving your form a recognizable visual identity.

Upload meta image

Increase the visual appeal of your form when shared on social media by uploading a custom meta image. This image is often displayed alongside the form's title and description when shared on platforms like Facebook or Twitter.

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Meta description

Provide a concise and informative summary of your form's content using a meta description. This description appears in search results below the form's title and can influence users to click on your form.

Allow indexing

Control whether search engines can index your form and display it in search results.

Customize more content

While Formaloo provides default error messages, you might want to personalize them for a more user-friendly experience.

This can help respondents understand errors more clearly and improve form completion rates.

Custom js

For users comfortable with JavaScript (JS), Formaloo might offer options to inject custom JS code into your form.

This allows for advanced customizations beyond built-in features, including potentially modifying error messages or creating more complex form behavior.

Delete form

Once you've finished using a form and no longer need to collect data, you can permanently delete it from your Formaloo.

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Here, You can see how to use different options on the settings tab on your form editor.

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  • 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.

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