We’ve kept this example simple to illustrate how it can be done. This form has been pre-populated with an email recipient's first name, last name, job title and email address. (You can also use this technique without sending email, as long as you have a way to add useful parameters in the form’s URL.)
Here’s how this was done:
- Use our form designer to create a form. Here we have added fields for first and last name, job title, and email address. Notice the “Code Editor” button. We’ll come back to that in a moment.
There are other scenarios where this can be used. Instead of building the URL and its parameters in an email template, you could build it on your website. For example, if you have a product catalog, with links from each product page to a form where prospects can request a quote, you can pass the product ID and other information to the form via the URL so your prospect doesn’t need to type it in. There are endless possibilities!