Webflow is a powerful web design and development platform that allows you to create stunning websites without any coding knowledge. One of the key features of Webflow is its forms functionality, which enables you to collect data from your website visitors.
But where exactly can you find Webflow forms? Let’s dive in and explore!
Locating Webflow Forms
To locate the Webflow forms, follow these steps:
Step 1: Log in to your Webflow account and navigate to your desired project.
Step 2: Once you’re inside your project, click on the “Forms” tab located on the left-hand side of the screen.
Step 3: By clicking on the “Forms” tab, you will be redirected to a new page where you can manage all your forms.
The Forms Page
The forms page is where all the magic happens. Here, you can create new forms, view form submissions, and customize form settings. Let’s take a closer look at each section of this page.
Create New Forms
To create a new form, click on the “New Form” button located at the top right corner of the screen. This will open up a dialog box where you can give your form a name. Once you’ve entered a name for your form, click on the “Create Form” button.
View Form Submissions
Once your form is created and embedded on your website, visitors will start submitting their information. To view these submissions, go back to the forms page and click on the desired form from the list. This will take you to a new screen showing all the submissions received for that particular form.
On this screen, you can see various details about each submission such as date and time submitted, IP address of the submitter, and all data fields associated with the form. You can also export this data as a CSV file for further analysis or integration with other tools.
Customize Form Settings
Webflow offers various customization options for your forms to tailor them according to your requirements. To access the form settings, click on the desired form from the list on the forms page.
Here, you can configure settings such as success and error messages, enable reCAPTCHA for spam prevention, and add custom attributes to your form elements. You can also set up email notifications to receive an email whenever a submission is made.
Embedding Forms on Your Website
Once you have created and customized your form, it’s time to embed it on your website. To do this, Webflow provides you with two options: HTML embed code or Webflow CMS integration.
HTML Embed Code: If you’re using a static website or any other content management system (CMS), you can copy the HTML embed code provided by Webflow and paste it into your desired page or template.
Webflow CMS Integration: If your website is built using Webflow’s CMS functionality, you can simply drag and drop the form element onto your desired page. Webflow will automatically handle all the necessary integration steps for you.
Webflow forms are an essential feature that allows you to collect data from your website visitors effortlessly. By following the steps mentioned above, locating and managing these forms within Webflow becomes a breeze.
Remember to regularly check your form submissions and customize settings based on your needs. With Webflow’s intuitive interface and powerful features, creating interactive and engaging forms for your website has never been easier!