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10 Best “Office Closed For Holiday” Message Templates to Steal

Looking to create an out-of-office autoreply to let your customers know you’re off on vacation? Setting an out-of-office message for holidays is essential so that you can enjoy your break without having to constantly check your inbox. Flaunt your creative side by taking inspiration from these 10 “office closed for holiday” message templates. Creating an […]

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Introducing WPForms 1.4.1 and the New Offline Forms Addon

Today we’re excited to announce the release of WPForms 1.4.1 and the new Offline Forms Addon! Let’s dive right in to see what’s new in this release… Offline Forms Addon Have you ever tried to fill out a form online, only to realize you’ve wasted your time due to lost internet connection? That is frustrating […]

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How to Save Your Contact Form Data in WordPress Database

Want to save your form submissions in your WordPress database? With WPForms, all your entries are stored in two database tables, and you can easily manage your entries from your WordPress dashboard. In this post, we’ll show you how to save your contact form data in your WordPress database, and how to manage your entries […]

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How to Get an SMS Text Message From Your WordPress Form

Would you like to get notified through SMS when someone submits a form? To get SMS text messages, you can connect your WordPress forms to an SMS app like Twilio. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get an SMS text message from your WordPress form. Whenever your form is submitted, creating an SMS […]

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How to Get Slack Notifications From Your WordPress Forms

Are you looking to integrate your WordPress forms with Slack? By adding WordPress form entries to your Slack channel, you can ensure that they are easily searchable on Slack, and not a single form entry gets buried in your email inbox. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to get Slack notifications from WordPress […]

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