....and here's the preview of the form
All forms designed by the Form builder use HTML5 markup. If you use the version hosted by MailUp, it will also include custom CSS to make the form responsive (i.e. ready for mobile devices). If you host the code yourself, it will inherit whatever CSS you use on your Web site.
- You can now quickly search and select lists to allow visitors to subscribe to in the Lists form element, and rename them if needed (e.g. list name used in MailUp is not the text label you wish to show in the form)
- You can now quickly search and select groups to use in the Group form element, and rename them if needed (e.g. group name used in MailUp is not the text label you wish to show in the form)
- The system now asks for confirmation before you remove a form element from a form
- Use special syntax to customize the input values in drop-down options. Example below:
The subscriber sees Skiing Rock Music in the drop down menu, but MailUp records Skiing Heavy metal as the number 1 into the recipient field. Customizing these options into numbers, for example, can help you when having to setup filters or other tasks. Numbers are much more manageable than text. The syntax looks like this: Skiing Heavy metal || 1, where the || is the special character.
- How to change the order of a form? Simply drag and drop in the position you need it to appear
- The hidden groups feature is useful for example when you want to track where your subscribers come. For examples you can have a group named "Website" so that you know your susbscribers joined from a form on your website. The hidden group is not shown to the visitors of the form
Create forms with HTML
From this page you can create a subscription form and edit its HTML as shown below