How to Add Custom Forms
by Ryan Courtney on September 7th, 2016

​While we offer a built in contact form in our editor, it’s intended for basic use (its options are limited). As a result, many of our users have a need more customizable forms on their website. Thankfully, this is easy to do using 3rd party services that specialize in building forms. While there are many great services out there that allow you to build forms (Google Forms, Jotform, Wufoo, etc.), we are going to use Google Forms in this example (it’s free!).
​First, you will need to sign up for a Google account if you do not have one. If you already have an account, you can head on over to Google Forms to get started. From the main page within your Google Forms account, click one of the pre-made templates (you can view more by clicking ‘More’ in the top right hand corner of the page), or select ‘Blank’ to create a form from scratch. 
​From there, you will be taken to the contact form editor which will allow you to customize the form in many different ways (change the questions, make answers multiple choice or short answer, change who can view the form, plus many other options). Once you’re done editing the form, click ‘Send’ and then select the option furthest to the right of the ‘Send via’ heading. From there, copy the code provided and then log into your SnapPages account. 
Once you're logged into your SnapPages account, select the page you wish to add the form to while in the ‘Pages’ section of your account and click ‘Edit’. Then, add the ‘Code Box’ web block found under the ‘Elements‘ tab to wherever you want the form on the page. From there, paste the code you had copied earlier into the code box, click ‘save’, and then ‘Publish’ the changes. That’s it! Your form should now be displaying on the live version of your site. 
​As an added note, you may need to adjust the size of the form within Google (it gives you the option when you obtain the HTML code) to display in the correct size. If you have any questions or run into any issues while building the form in Google, I suggest checking out the FAQ section for the Google Forms app. Also, if you have any trouble adding the form to your SnapPages site, please let us know!

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Paul - September 17th, 2016 at 3:31 AM
Thank you to share this post it's very nice and i like your step by step explanation
ROBERT FAULKNER - October 29th, 2016 at 10:52 AM
Ryan, I think IT guys like yourself think that guys liike me know what IT terminology is. Please dont assume. I was born in the late 40's and dont know IT terms. What is a "form"? It is probably very simple. Also, it will be helpful to have a vocabulary list of IT nouns. CAN YOU SUPPLY THIS AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE PLEASE? Yes, We want to update the look of our homepage! Thank you, Bob
Joey - August 1st, 2017 at 11:08 AM
Hey Bob, a form is what people need to fill out to sign up for a class or workshop. Forms can ask questions like name, email...

Juan - March 6th, 2020 at 12:49 PM
Thank you I was looking for a way to use GOOGLE forms in my site.
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