Business Custom Solutions For Web Forms: Use Your Own Form Building Environment

In the process of running a business, you need to have tools by your side that support you thoroughly with your various tasks. To dig even deeper, the tools you’re using have to help you strengthen your business’ image and brand, and not interfere with them. Thus, online software has to be customizable enough for your needs.

The same rules of branding and business image sustain apply to online forms. If you are using them for various purposes like lead gathering, customer feedback, employee surveys and others, they need to wear your business’ brand marks, in order for both customers and staff to attribute the forms to your brand and not be confused by them.

Form builders allow, generally speaking, several customization measures for your forms. You can design your own web forms just like you imagine them, insert your logo, use your own business font, include images, select your distinctive business colors and so on. But form creation can be taken one step further in terms of designing your custom form building environment, and that is through a white label form solution.

white label form solution

Using a white label form building feature you can personalize a wide range of options for your forms, your backend and for users’ interaction with the form builder. No matter if you are using web forms for your internal business needs, such as HR concerns, or if you employ them for external purposes in relation with your customers, having a form builder that looks like your own is a great benefit.

Below you will find a full list of choices you can make to have a personalized form building experience.

1. The form building backend can be customized to resemble to one of your own pages and to perfectly align with your brand image. With just a bit of external code, the place where you see form submissions, reports and form activity can be transformed to match your needs. From header to logo, system notifications, logout links and publishing options, everything can be shaped just as you wish.

2. The domain name in the form URL can be replaced by a custom alias including your business name. That means that instead of having a form with a third party name in its URL, the web address can include your own business name, letting people understand that the form comes from you. By doing so, form respondents might feel more comfortable seeing the form belongs to a source they know and trust.

3. The branding options on your web forms can be extended to larger functionalities than the basic options offered by form builders. Use your own logo, favicon, color scheme, font style, size and colors for each one of your web forms, so that you don’t miss out on branding opportunities and customer trust.

4. The third party apps you use along with your web forms can be chosen to complete your business tasks with minimum or no effort at all. CRMs, emailing systems, event management apps, social channels and content platforms, project and file management systems can work together with your forms towards reaching your business goals. While you can find many dedicated integrations between web forms and third party apps, there are still some solutions left should you not find the integration you’re looking for. Apps like Zapier or alternative methods such as WebHooks can help you create connections between your web forms and your desired third party apps.

5. Sub-user accounts can come in handy when you need other people to have access to the form builder, and be able to view, edit and manage forms, submissions and reports. Once again having a form building backend that looks like your own is of great usefulness. By creating sub-user accounts you are able to grant different levels of permission to additional users of your form builder’s account. A feature like this can be used for example by web designers who want their clients to create their own forms, or by department leaders within a business, who need specific forms for their department’s goals.

6. Notifications coming from your form building system and following form submissions can also be customized to show it’s your business sending them. For example, notifications coming from your own SMTP server instead of a third party app, or ones displaying your business name as sender, instead of showing another service’s name, are additional business backers.

Any of these options can contribute to the overall experience your user has when dealing with your web forms. That is why such customizing options can be a great benefit for your business.

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