Registration Form Settings
* Note that this article has been recently changed to reflect a major upgrade to registration forms.
In each form's Settings, there are a number of basic configuration options. You can access the settings from the micro menu indicated by the three dots on each form card from Forms > Registration Forms, or from within the form builder by clicking the 'Settings' button in the upper right.
Name is pretty self explanatory. If you have multiple forms, it's a good idea to give each form a unique name that you will recognize later on.
Registration Source will indicate where this contact has registered from. If you have multiple active forms, this enables you to differentiate between, for example, a form on your homepage versus a form on your 'Contact Us' page.
Permalink enables you to select a user-friendly public ID for this form's url, so that if you are using the spark hosted version of the form, you can send your clients to a link that looks like: 'spark.re/your-company/your-project/register/your-form', instead of 'spark.re/your-company/your-project/register/1a2b3c4de'
Redirect Success should be the full URL (must include http) of the page you'd like to redirect the user to if the registration is successful. If you leave this field blank, the default is a plain Spark thank-you page.
Redirect Error should be the full URL (must include http) of the page you'd like to redirect the user to if the registration is not successful. If you leave this field blank, the default is the Spark hosted version of whatever form you are using.
Require Recaptcha indicates whether submissions to this form's URL should be accepted without a recaptcha response. This is only for users who are creating custom forms from the raw HTML and have added the Google Recaptcha widget. Do not toggle this setting on if you are using an iFrame, the Spark-hosted form, or your form does not contain this widget. None of your submissions will go through.
Auto Reply Email Template is an email template that will be automatically sent to each new registrant who signs up using this form. There is a generic template created for this purpose by default, but you can choose any Spark template you want. For more on editing or creating templates, see Carpenter.
- If you do decide to use this feature, it's a good idea to enter a 'from' address - if a new contact tries to respond to this email with a question or concern, you'll want their response to go to a valid inbox. You can also choose a custom subject line ("Thank you for Registering" is the default).
Notification Emails can also be enabled so that one or more members of your team receive a notification each time a new registration is submitted on this form.