How to Set Up Form Confirmation in WPForms

Would you like to customize what users see after they submit a form? In WPForms, you can easily adjust the confirmation settings to display a success message, take users to another page on your site, or even redirect them to a different domain.

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to select and set up each available form confirmation type in WPForms.

To get started, you’ll need to either create a create a new form or edit an existing form.

After opening the form builder, the next step is to go to Settings ยป Confirmation.

Confirmation settings in WPForms

From the Confirmation Settings page, you’ll be able to select from three Confirmation Type options: displaying a message, showing a page, and redirecting to a URL.

Displaying a Confirmation Message

Confirmation Settings for message option

In WPForms, Message is the default confirmation type. When a form is submitted, this message will be displayed in place of the embedded form.

WPForms confirmation message

You can customize this message however you’d like. Here are some ideas to consider:

Additional Confirmation Message Options
The confirmation message editor will work a lot like a WordPress page or post editor, which means you can easily add basic text styles if you’d like.

Customize the confirmation message in WPForms

On this page, you can also disable the default scrolling animation with the checkbox labeled Automatically scroll to the confirmation message. When this is enabled and a user submits the form, this scroll effect will pull the user’s view to the top of the confirmation message.

Showing a Page

With the Show Page option, you can easily redirect users to a page on your site after they’ve submitted a form.

When you select Show Page from the Confirmation Type dropdown, an additional dropdown will appear with a list of all pages on your site.

Show Page for WPForms Confirmation setting

This option is most often used to redirect users to a Thank You page. For tips and examples, check out our article on how to make an effective Thank You page.

Going to a URL (Redirect)

The Go to URL (Redirect) option is useful if you’d like to either send users to a different site or if you need to build out a specialized URL structure for more complex development.

Confirmation settings for redirect option

That’s it! You can now set up the confirmations you need for each of your forms.

Next, would you like to customize your form emails? After setting up automatic notifications for your forms, be sure to check out our tutorial on adding a header image to notification emails.