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Worried you may have missed a lead? Checking who has submitted a form on your website is easy with form submissions. Form submissions allow you to see who has submitted a response to any form on your website in one Excel file. Keep reading to learn how to access your form submissions in Virteom CMS. Login to the CMS Click on Manager Click on Forms on the left-hand side Click on Submissions on the left-hand side underneath forms Choose What Form Youd like to see Submissions From the dropdown menu select the form you would like to see submissions for. The dropdown menu goes by thename of the form. Export Submission(s) to Excel Now that you are on the form youd like to see submission for, click the Click to ExportxxSubmission(s) To Excel Check that you did not miss a lead! The file will export as an Excel Spreadsheet. You can view all of your form submissions that have come through on the specific form you chose on this spreadsheet. If youd like to
How to Add a Form to your Site Youre interested in adding a form to one or more of your pages. Thats great! adding a form to your site is a great way to obtain contact information for potential and current customers. It also serves as another avenue for people to ask questions about your products and services. It can be a great way to generate leads, and with the Virteom CMS it is extremely easy to put a form within any editable zone on your site. Here are all the steps you need! And of course, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to our team! Were here to assist you! Login to the CMS Click on Manager Zoom Click on Forms on the left hand side Zoom Click Add New to create a new form Zoom Create your Form 1. Name your form 2. Select the pages youd like it to show up on. You can choose multiple pages; however, the form can only be placed into one specific editable zone [each page can have up to 20 zones, and the zones are numbered