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For more details see the Custom Form for Magento 2 extension page.

Custom Form for Magento 2

The Custom Form Extension for Magento 2 lets you create web forms of various types to collect customer info. Use a special drag-and-drop constructor to generate multiple forms in seconds and customize them according to your requirements.

  • Multiple input types
  • Drag-and-drop constructor
  • Possibility to add forms to any CMS page
  • Redirect customers to any page after form submission
  • Collect customer data

Custom Form Creation

To create a new custom form please go to ContentCustom FormsForms

On the Custom Forms grid, you'll find all previously created forms and we'll be able to create a new form by clicking the “Add New Form” button.


General Information

To generate a new Custom form you need to configure a number of general settings.

Title - Specify the form title that will be displayed on the frontend.

Code - Use a form code for your admin purposes. Leave the field empty to redirect customers to the home page or use “/” to enable redirect to the previous page.

Success URL - Specify the page URL to which customers will be redirected after the form submitting.

Store View - Determine the store views on which the form will be displayed.

Customer Groups - Select customer groups for which the custom form will be available.

Status - It's possible to enable/disable each particular form.

Send Notification to Email - Activate this option to notify store admins about new form submissions.

Recipients email - Input recipient e-mail for the customers' form data.

Email Template - Select email template variant.


Form Content

Submit Button - Specify any custom text for the form submission button.

Success Message - Specify the text that will be shown to store visitors after the successful form submission.


Form Constructor

In the Form Creator tab you'll find a rich set of input types and form elements that can be used for each custom form you create. Just select the necessary field type and drag it to the form creation area.

1. Input type

After all necessary fields are chosen and added to the

The Input tab contains the following input types:

  • Text Input (for short texts. e.g. Name);
  • Text Area (will be useful for customer messages or reviews);
  • Hidden (The field becomes visible on a mouse hover);
  • Number Input;

2. Select type

In the Select tab you can choose:

  • Date field
  • Time field
  • File attachment field
The File Attachment field supports the following file formats: doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, gif, bmp ,png, jpg, jpeg ,pdf, txt.

3. Options type

The Options tab offers a range of fields with predefined answers.

  • Dropdown
  • List Box
  • 2 Check Box types
  • 2 Radio Buttons input types

4. Advanced Elements

It's possible to add even more elements to your custom forms. In the Other tab you will find different title types to effectively structure your web forms.


Edit Input fields

Once all necessary fields are chosen and added to the form creation area, it's time to customize them by specifying field titles and other necessary info. Actually, you can edit each specific fields right after dragging it to the form creation area.

To start editing the field please hover the mouse over the corresponding field and click on the 'Edit' icon.

After hitting the “Edit” icon the field editing form wil appear.

Name - This is a custom form code that will be used in the backend for your admin purposes.

Label - This is a custom form name. Use it while filtering submitted data.

Custom Style - Due to this option, you can customize the display of each particular field (font, color etc).

Required - Enable this option if you want to make this particular field required. It means that visitors won't be able to submit the form with this field blank.

Help Text - Here you can specify an additional text that will be displayed in the tooltip on the frontend.

Options - Add as many new options for check boxes, radio buttons and dropdowns as you need.

Below you'll see the way tooltip looks like.

Toggle - If the Toggle option is activated, the checkbox will look like this:


Embed Custom forms

Each custom form you create can be added to any CMS page. Simply copy the code and paste it into the CMS page you need.

To select the page to which the form should be added please go to ContentElementsPages. Here you can select the necessary page and paste the copied code into the Content field.

Track Submitted Data

To keep track of the submitted customer data please go to ContentCustom FormsSubmetted Data.

Grid

Filtering

You can instantly find all submitted data for each specific form by using the corresponding filter. All custom forms you create are automatically included in the filter.

Details Click on the necessary submission to view the details.

Email Notification Settings

To configure email notification settings please go to StoresConfrgurationCustom Forms.

Frontend Examples

Take a look at the Custom Form example displayed on the frontend. You can enable/disable any field types for each specific form and make necessary fields required.

Find out how to install the Custom Form extension for Magento 2 via Composer.

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