There are 4 tabs in the Form Settings:
Load Message and
In this tab, you can set the display after the user clicks the Submit button on the form. By default it shows a success message. You can customize the message here. You can also redirect to a link, for example, to a page on your site.
If you don’t redirect, in addition to the success message, you can also display the following information:
- Tracking code. This is created by PlatoForms. You can find the same code in the “Submission” page. Note that this code is not absolutely unique, it may repeat at very small chances.
- Add the “Edit Submission” link. This shows a link that is shareable and reusable to revisit this submission.
- Add the “Download PDF” link. This shows the link(s) that the submission created PDF(s). These links are shareable and reusable.
Save for Later
If the “Save for Later” option is turned on, the form will display a “Save for Later” button next to the submit button. By clicking it, the form will save the current content and provide a link. With this link, users can come back any time in 60 days to continue to fill out and submit this form. This is a very useful feature, especially if your form is too large to fill at once.
Collect IP address and browser’s User-Agent from submitter
If this option is enabled, our form will collect the IP address and User-Agent information from the person who filled out the form. If your form has an e-signature, it is best to keep this option. You can find these data from Submission page.
You can translate the form into multiple languages. Visit the Form Translation page for more details.
If you use the script to embed a form in your website, it may take a few seconds to load the form when the users open the page that contains this embedded form. This message will be displayed before the form is loaded and will usually prompt the user that the form is loading.
Visit the Form Notification page for more details.