Form fields

ActiveCampaign offers a variety of different types of fields that you can add to your inline form in order to collect additional data, add extra images or text, or safeguard your form from spam submissions.

It is important to note that additional fields can only be added to inline forms. It is not possible to add extra fields to floating box, floating bar, or modal forms.

To add any of the fields below to your form, simply drag it from the right side of your form editor and into your form. If you wish to create a custom field and include it on your form, just click the “Add Custom Field” button located on the lower right of the form builder.

Standard fields:
First Name - will collect the first name of your subscriber
Last Name - will collect the last name of your subscriber
Phone - will collect the phone number of your subscriber
Organization - will collect the company name of your subscriber
Header - will allow you to add additional text to your form
HTML Code - will allow you to add a block of your own custom HTML code
Image - will allow you to add an image to your form (eg, company's logo)
CAPTCHA - will require the contact to confirm if they are a human. This is used to prevent spam form submissions.
List Selector - will give the contact the option to select a list(s)
Subscribe/Unsubscribe - will give the contact the option to subscribe or unsubscribe from your list(s)

Custom fields:
Text input - Contacts can submit one line of text
Text area - Contacts can submit multiple lines of text
Date - Contacts select a date from a calendar or input it into the date field
Drop-down menu - Contacts can select a single option from a pull down list
Multi-select list - Contacts can select more than one option from predefined options presented in a list form
Radio button - Contacts can select one option from a predefined list of options by clicking on a radio button
Check boxes - Contacts can select more than one option from a predefined list of options by clicking in a checkbox
Hidden fields - Used to pass data into web pages and collect information such as UTM parameters

To learn more about custom fields, see this document.

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