In some cases it is useful to distribute the request for information over several forms so that the newsletter recipient is not deterred by the abundance of questions.
Examples are that different follow-up actions are associated with it or that the amount of information is too large for one form. The aim is to be forwarded to a subsequent form immediately after the first web form has been confirmed. For example, in a first form you could ask for the most necessary data, e-mail address and name of the person interested in the newsletter, and in the second follow-up form you could ask for further voluntary information - e.g. about interests and hobbies.
Create all required forms, see: Web- & registration forms
On the Configuration tab of the first form, enter the Integration URL of the required subsequent form under the item Forwarding. If the user now clicks the Submit button, the subsequent form is displayed immediately. The chain of forwarding can be continued as desired.
When forwarding the form, enter the integration URL of the subsequent form. As soon as the form is submitted, the follow-on form is displayed immediately.
Fields that have already been filled in and appear again in the following form can be displayed prefilled. If fields are no longer displayed in a subsequent form, the data in the fields is protected against overwriting.
In the first web form, only request the absolutely necessary data - such as e-mail address and name of newsletter subscribers - and move further desired information to subsequent web forms.