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Getting started with Pop-up forms

Last updated May 8, 2024


Pop-up forms is currently available for Pro plans and above but if you are really interested to get access. Please reach out to our support team or your account manager incase you are already a customer.

In this article, we’ll learn about creating and publishing a pop-up form. A pop-up form helps you convert your landing page or website visitors to your subscribers, showcase an offer etc.

With Pop-up forms, you can create and deploy customisable popup forms on your landing pages, websites and Shopify stores. You can nurture these subscribers with our automations to make them your loyal customers.

Video Guide

To save your time, we have added a quick video guide to walk you through the steps and get you started.

To start creating a pop-up form, you’ll first need to open the form builder. 

  1. Go to Pages and Forms → Pop-up forms in the main navigation.
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  1. To open the form builder, click on “Create form”.
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  1. Your form builder will load up and you can get started.

Designing your pop-up form

  • The next step is to choose from a variety of templates or start from scratch to design a pop-up form that aligns perfectly with your website's branding and style.
  • If you choose to build from scratch, you can use the different elements in the form builder to customise the pop-up form as per your need.
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  • Once you take any of the step, the next thing to do is to name your Pop-up form. Enter your Pop-up form name and click on Continue.
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Using elements

  • You can also use different elements present in the form builder. The builder provides a good mix of basic and advanced elements.
  • With basic elements like "Add image" and "Add video", most of your requirements would be met, but for folks who like to be more technical, the builder provides a "Code snippet" element as well to add your own custom CSS and JS code.
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  • We also have some cool elements as well - like the countdown timer, which you can use to create a sense of urgency on your pop-up. This is a handy way to drive more sales and subscription when you publish a popup form on your website.
  • You can customise parts of elements and your form such as BG color, shade, size and other things. It's best to try these things out in the builder itself to play around and customise the form as per your design language.
  • For adding a form element, it's crucial to select the contact fields like email or anything else you want to capture. You also need to select the list from a dropdown. All your submissions will be added in this list. P.S. We show all the lists that you created in Mailmodo and you can create a new one as well.
Adding contact property to a form & mapping email list

Setting up your pop-up form

Setup different rules to decide how, when and for whom your pop-up form will appear

  1. Audience: Let's you decide about who should be seeing this popup form.
  2. Rules: Let's you decide about when should the pop-up form appear for your visitor.

We have different rules in setup configuration of the popup form. For. e.g. in the below image, you can see that the pop up form will appear when 10% of your your website (first page where you will show the pop-up form) is scrolled through.

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Publishing your pop-up form

Decide the website or landing page where you want to publish your Pop-up form.

  • You need to first connect the website by entering it into the field and clicking on Connect.
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  • Once done, you'll see a code that you copy-paste into every page of your site, before the <body> tag
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  • Once the code is copied, you can acknowledge that on the builder and publish the pop-up form. You have now successfully published a pop-up form on your website.

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