Forms and popups
Grow your email list with beautiful forms and engage your visitors with popups. Ready to take your marketing strategy to the next level? Discover how GetResponse’s Web Form Builder can get you started!
Learn how to create signup forms, comment boxes, promo bars, and more.
- Are forms and popups available for free accounts?
- What types of forms can I create?
- What is the difference between forms and popups and legacy forms?
- How do I create a popup using a template?
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- Can I use a picture as a form background?
- Where can I set my form to pop over my page?
- How do I find out which version of the form gives me the highest conversion rate?
- How can I install my form on a WordPress page?
- How do I install a form on my page?
- Can I trigger my popover form with a button or a link?
- What happens with my legacy forms when the old Getresponse panel shuts down?
- What are List Builder Apps?
- Do you offer a plain HTML form code?
- Can I forward subscriber data to a custom thank-you page?
- What is the difference between a form and a landing page?
- How to prevent fake bot signups?
- How do I create a form?
- Can I disable plain HTML sign ups?
- How do I change a thank-you page and already-subscribed URL?
- How to add contacts to an autoresponder cycle in the HTML form editor?
- How to create a mobile version of a form?
- How do I add custom fields to my form?
Learn how to manage your forms and popups.
- What is the difference between a contact form and a signup form?
- How can I manage popup closing?
- How can I change the size of popup?
- How can I add and edit a button?
- How can I change the success view?
- How can I add a signup form?
- How do I embed a video from a URL?
- How do I embed an image from a URL?
- How can I add social media icons to my form and popup?
- How can I add a timer?
- How can I add and edit a text block?
- How can I change the popup type?
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