Types of forms you can create with ActiveCampaign

The four different form styles you can use to collect subscriber information are listed below.

Please note that accounts on the Lite plan include the inline form only. All other plan levels include all four form types.

Inline form - Available on all plan levels.
This style form appears embedded into the page content where you add the form code to your site. You can add additional fields to your form so you can collect more information from your subscribers.

This form style also offers five different integration options: simple embed, full embed, link, Wordpress plugin, and Facebook.

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Floating bar - Available on Plus, Professional, and Enterprise plans only.
This style form is a horizontal bar that sits or “floats” at either the top or the bottom of your webpage. Only the name and email addresses of your subscribers can be collected - additional fields cannot be added to this form.

Integration options include the simple embed code and Wordpress plugin only.

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Floating box - Available on Plus, Professional, and Enterprise plans only.
This style form takes the shape of a box and will sit or “float” on the bottom left or bottom right of your webpage. Only the name and email addresses of your subscribers can be collected - additional fields cannot be added to this form, however, an image can be added to this form type.

Integration options include the simple embed code and Wordpress plugin only.

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Modal - Available on Plus, Professional, and Enterprise plans only.
This form type is a pop up that will appear on top of your webpage content. This form type is also known as a “pop up.” Only the name and email addresses of your subscribers can be collected - additional fields cannot be added to this form, however, an image can be added to this form type.

Integration options include the simple embed code and Wordpress plugin only.

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For more information on ActiveCampaign forms, check out our Guide to Forms.

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