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Set up Confirmation Email

A confirmation email is also known as a transactional email. It is a message sent after someone completes a form, does subscribe, online orders, or performs any related action. All marketers need to confirm to their clients as well as subscribers that their actions have been successfully acknowledged. This way, customers also get to know about the next procedures.

In this documentation, we have discussed how you can set up a confirmation email with MetForm. So, check out this simple process for your WordPress site.

How to Send Confirmation Email? #

To Set Up Confirmation, first Create a Form

How to Create Form #

Follow the Video Screen-cast:

Follow the Step By Step Process

Step=>1: Go to Dashboard=> Pages=> Add new=>

  • Add Page Title
  • Select Template Elementor Canvas
  • Click on Publish
  • Edit with Elementor
  • Step=>2: Search For Metform=> Drag and Drop
  • Step=>3: Click on the selected Icon
  • Step=>4: Select form option from previously created form
  • Or you can select New=> Enter your Form Name=> Click on Edit Form
  • The Created Form will Appear=> Click on Form Setting

Form Setting #

Go to Form Setting=>Confirmation

  • Make sure your email field is mandatory
  1. Turn on the Confirmation mail to user: Send a submission copy to user by email. The form must have at least one Email widget and it should be required.
  2. Email Subject: Provide subject of the Email
  3. Email From: Enter the email by which you want to send email to user.
  4. Enter user communication Email: A confirmation email can be sent when a user registers or enters their data to confirm their registration
  5. Provide Thank You message: Gives access to edit your successful form submission message so you can personalize your own message. 
  6. Ones Done Save Changes

Transactional email helps to boost relationships with new visitors and clients. You can send these emails easily with MetForm. So, get MetForm today, follow the above steps and you are done.

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Updated on August 8, 2022