In this video, see all of the submitted forms and learn how to export them.
- [Instructor] One day, the company I worked … for received a phone call from a client complaining … that their contact form wasn't working, … and we discovered that we typed … in their email address incorrectly. … So all of those contact form submissions went … to an email address that didn't exist, … and they were lost forever. … Let's just say that the client wasn't happy. … That's why I typically recommend, … that when you use a contact form … that you also store submissions into the database. … That way even if the emails get lost, … or get stuck in spam, or get stuck somewhere else … there's always a backup. … Lucky for us Jetpack does this automatically. … In fact, you may have already noticed it. … In the admin under Feedback we can see all … of our different form submissions, … and they're displayed just like they're emailed out. … The name is here, the email address here, subject line here, … and all the individual fields beneath that. … I do find this a little bit hard to read, …
- Choosing the right plugin for you
- Best practices with forms
- Mitigating email deliverability problems
- Using Jetpack, Ninja Forms, and Gravity Forms
- Creating and adding a basic form
- Creating extra fields
- Using conditional logic in your form
- Creating a landing page
Skill Level Beginner
WordPress Ecommerce: WooCommerce Pluginswith Patrick Rauland2h 26m Intermediate
WordPress Plugins: Advanced Custom Fieldswith Morten Rand-Hendriksen1h 39m Intermediate
1. An Introduction to Contact Forms
2. Using Jetpack Contact Form
3. Using Ninja Forms
4. Using Gravity Forms
5. Building a Landing Page
Create a landing page4m 5s
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