Subscription Forms

For each subscriber list that you have in Sendloop, you can also keep a customized subscription form. By publishing this form or directing your visitors to your unique subscription URL, you can grow your audience by asking them to subscribe to your list.

You can manage your subscription forms on a list-by-list basis. To start, navigate to your Subscribers area after logging into the Sendloop Dashboard.

Select the list whose form you'd like to edit, and click Options on the bottom right of its box. In the drop-down menu that appears, click Website Forms.

On the Website Forms management area, click Subscription Form located near the top of the Subscription Flow process diagram.

This launches the Manage the Subscription Form wizard.

Managing Your Subscription Form

Using Sendloop's wizard, you can easily generate a custom subscription form for your list.

Under the Options and Texts tab, you can:

  • Select a theme for your form;
  • Edit the title for your form;
  • Generate a custom message that will be displayed to your users;
  • Edit the text that appears on your submit button.

Be sure to click Save to persist your changes.

Selecting Data Points to Request from Your Subscribers

Under the Fields tab, you can select the fields you want your visitors to populate. By default, Sendloop provides you with the functionality required to ask your visitors for:

  • Email address;
  • First name;
  • Last name;
  • How they found you;
  • Import date (auto-populated).

However, notice that only the email address field is checked. This means that this is the only field that shows up on your form. You must check each field you want displayed to your user.

Previewing Your Form

As you design your form, you can view your changes immediately in the form preview located to the right side of the screen.

Sharing Your Form

Sendloop makes it easy for you to share your form by providing you with required the code snippets or URL. All you need to do is copy and paste!

At this time, Sendloop can help you:

  • Provide you with a URL to share on Twitter
  • Get the QR code;
  • Add your form to your Facebook page or Wordpress blog;
  • Get the HTML code of your form to add to your website;
  • Put a subscription button on your website.

Updated 2 years ago

Subscription Forms

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