Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing and exporting form submissions, part of WordPress Plugins: Contact Forms (2014).
…Now that you know how to create a custom…contact form using Jetpack contact form, you're probably wondering…what the messages generated from this contact form look…like when they're submitted to you, the site owner.…Well, one of the really cool things about Jetpack contact form that sets it apart…from any other basic contact form plugins, is…that it stores the submissions within WordPress itself.…So even if you don't set it up to send the messages to…your email, you can still read the messages right from within Word Press.…
Let me show you how that works.…But first, let's just submit one more message so…that we can see how this is all formatted.…Say I'm going to put in some text once…I filled it out and click on Send the Message.…The message is sent into the site, and now I…can take a look at it from the Admin panel.…So, I'll go back to the Admin panel, and I'll go to this new button…called Feedbacks, and this is where all the…messages sent into the site land within WordPress.…And here you see I sent myself three messages.…
- Installing and activating contact-form plugins
- Adding a basic contact form
- Creating advanced fields
- Viewing and exporting form submissions
- Receiving form submissions