Confirmation of a completed gift or registration is important to your givers and registrants! Each Form will send a default email confirmation, and you have a variety of customization options to ehance and personalize emails.
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- Navigate to Forms in the left navigation pane of your control panel.
- Locate and select the form you’d like to customize
- Click the “Form Properties” tab in the bottom left corner of your form or by click the configure gear in the top right corner.
- Select the “Email” tab in the Form Properties window
The first option in the Email settings is an Email Receipt. By design, the receipt is a simple email with confirmation of gift details. This option is avaialable for the Form Categories of General Donation or Special Donation.
To confirm your Form Category, see the Genenal Info tab.
You may add a custom message (see the “Receipt Thank You Message” in the image above), as well as click the eye icon to preview your email.
Below the Email Receipt is another email option for General Donation/Special Donation forms and all other form categories. You may choose to send the Email Receipt above and the additional email to multiple reciptient with different subject lines and messages, if you choose.
Complete the fields, as you’d like to draft the email to be sent to givers, registrants, or form responders based on the form type.
Placeholders allow you to pull information from the form into the email, such as #BillingEmail# to send the email to the address provided by the giver and #TotalAmount# to enter the amount given.
The From address will default to “email@example.com.” You are welcome to use this address, or change to an email at your organization. Because the intention of the email is serve as a confirmation or receipt, a noreply address is recommended but not required.
Continue by adding a custom Subject and Message. Using the message toolbar, you may change the look and feel of your message, add images, and hyperlinks.
Add Additional Email Notification will allow you to send additional email notifications triggered by completion of the same form. For example, for an event registration form the primary email would send to the registrant and include perminient event information and placeholder details. A second email could be enabled to notify a particular staff member that a new registration has been received.
Click here for additional resources for other Email Templates, such as New Donor, Text Giving/Virtual Terminal, Recurring Gifts, or Expiring Cards.