- yuno89Asked on October 23, 2015 at 02:32 AM
Iv'e got this submission in my form:
It's a campaign lead collect form so I don't wanna use capchas. Don't you have some antispam algorithm in your forms which dismiss such a simple spam issues?
- BorisAnswered on October 23, 2015 at 08:15 AM
Yes, we do actually have anti-spam checks that detect when a submission is being made by a script or a bot, and prevents them from submitting your form unless they fill out an additional captcha field.
However, humans can still submit your form - even if their entry is a spam one. In other words, people can still make spammy submissions on your forms manually. If this happens on your form frequently, you may want to set a Unique Submission Form Limit to prevent multiple submissions from the same IP.
Other than setting a form limit for unique submissions, we only have captchas as an option, but people could still manually fill out a captcha to make a spammy submission on your form. Some of the less obtrusive captchas that are now becoming popular are available as widgets, such as:
I hope this helps.