Editing a Subscription Form

How to Edit and design your Subscription form to fit your needs

Baris Ergin
Written by Baris ErginLast update 3 months ago

We all know that an attractive presentation of your website will surely increase more traffic but everyone wants to convert that single visitor into a long time customer. This is done through subscription forms ( often integrated in the website ) but sometimes not adapted to fulfill the marketing needs.

DirectIQ Subscription forms Are Customizable and a powerful tool to keep your contact engaged, Especially through Email Marketing. Editing and designing a Subcription Form in DirectIQ is very easy:

First If you have not yet created a subscription form, Check Subscription forms Overview.

Then to edit the form, Go to Contacts > Subscription Forms then Click the pencil like in the image below:

The subscription form control panel has 3 main Editing Areas: Settings, Design And Fields.

Settings

On the settings page, as the name implies, you can edit the Subscription form Functionalities. Below we will list all the Settings and their functionalities:

Form Name : The name of the Subscription form

Domain Name : The Domain name where you will insert your form (EX: directiq.com )

Language : The language of the Subscription form

Op-in Type :

  • If you want the customer to sign up immediately (single opt-in).

  • If you want to send an email to the customer to confirm the registration (Double opt-in)

Lists : The list where the subscribes will be registered


Success Message : The Message displayed when the customer registers successfully

Error Message : The Message displayed when the customer registration is not successful

reCAPTCHA Key : If you want to use Google or other services reCAPTCHA Then this is where you insert the reCAPTCHA key


Design

Form Type :

  • Inline : Every element of the form is displayed in one single line.

  • Horizontal : Every element of the form is displayed side by side.

  • Vertical : Every element of the form is displayed vertically one for each row.

Text Color: Choose the text color.

Show Label Text: Show/hide the label text

Show Placeholder Text: Show/hide the Placeholder text


Subscribe button text : Insert the text you want to see in the button (Subscribe, Join now)

Button Background Color : Change the Button Background Color

Button Text Color : Change the Button Text Color

Fields

Email : Enabled by default

First Name : Enabled by default

Last Name : Enabled by default

Custom Fields : These are the custom fields that are found in your account

Field Settings :

  • Place Holder (what do you want to show in the field as placeholder text )

  • Is Required (checked / unchecked) make a field required or not.

Once the subscription for has the desired design and composure you can save it by clicking the Save button and the form is ready to use.

Subscription Forms Overview

How to use Subscription Form

Deleting a Subscription Form

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