Form rules determine what should happen when a form is submitted by your subscribers. Select from 18 different actions that will automate when the form is submitted. Set Up Form Rules Step 1: In your Drip form, navigate to the Rules tab and click Add an action. Step 2: Select an action from the drop-down list. […]
By modifying a bit of HTML, you can easily create a drop-down selector to give the subscriber the option to select how often they would like to receive a newsletter email.
Automatically generate un-styled, raw HTML form code that you can embed straight into your website. This form will be in direct communication with your Drip account at all times. Create an embedded form Step 1 Navigate to Forms tab and click the New Opt-In Form button. Give your new form a descriptive name to help you differentiate it from […]
A subscription preferences page lets your subscribers manage which emails they get from you.
If you would like to add reCAPTCHA to an embedded Drip form, navigate to the embedded form in your Drip account that you wish to enforce with reCAPTCHA and scroll down until you see this module:
In this article, you will learn how to add the following options to an embedded form: Drop-down selector Radio buttons Checkboxes
Create an opt-in widget to display on your marketing site or landing page to instantly start turning drive by traffic into permissive opt-in leads that will already be looking forward to receiving your marketing content.
Forms have several trigger options. You can find them all in Forms > Widget > Behavior.
If you’re using one of Drip’s embedded forms, and would like each subscriber added via that form to have a specific custom field or tag, use the following syntax to add a hidden field to your embedded form code:
Triggering an opt-in form to open with a hyperlink is simple.