Subscribe Form module overview
Use the Subscribe Form module to enable visitors to subscribe to an email list. You must connect the form to a third-party service – see the list of supported services at the end of this article.
The Subscribe Form module displays a simple form with four parts:
- Name (can be displayed or hidden; if displayed it's a required field)
- Email address
- An optional Google reCaptcha checkbox
See the Related Articles for more information on how to implement the checkbox.
Here's an example of the Subscribe Form module as used in the Sign Up content template included with the Beaver Builder plugin.
This template consists of a single row with two columns. In the left column there's a Photo module for the envelope image, and in the right column there's a Text Editor module for the text and then the Subscribe form beneath that. In the template, the fields and button are stacked, but you can also display them inline, which means the fields and button are laid out horizontally.
Notifications and confirmations
Email notifications are automatically sent upon form submission. The default email subject line is Subscribe Form Signup, or you can enter a custom email subject line.
You can choose whether the person who submits the form gets a confirmation on screen, and if so, whether clicking the button sends that person to another URL or displays the confirmation message in place of the form. You can also style the button label (the default label is Send), add a button icon, change the button color, and so on.
The Subscribe Form module supports a connection to the following services:
- Campaign Monitor
- Constant Contact
- Email Address
- Enormail (new in Page Builder 1.10)
- Godaddy Email Marketing (new in Page Builder 1.10.6)
- iContact Pro (new in Page Builder 1.10.6)
- Mad Mimi
Note: You must have the MailPoet plugin installed for MailPoet to appear in the list in the Subscribe Form module. Version 1.10.3 of Page Builder supports both the MailPoet Newsletter plugin (version 2) and the MailPoet 3 plugin.