How to create simple RSVP form that will be the link at the bottom of the email?

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    Asked on September 29, 2016 at 01:13 PM

    This has taken WAY too long to figure out, so I wish someone could call to quickly discuss the best way to create what we want. We are a potential upgrade customer, so it's frustrating that you don't have someone who can call to discuss your services and walk us through everything.


    At the very least, can someone email me back ASAP to specifically tell me how to create the below?


    We want to draft some language that will appear in the body of the email that guests will receive. And then at the bottom of the email, we would like an RSVP link. When guests click on that RSVP link, we would like it to take them to a separate page where they can tell us if they are attending, their name, names of guests. That's it!


    PLEASE let me know ASAP as we are on a deadline! We currently use Constant Contact, but like the look and feel of your forms, so would like to switch to you if possible.

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    Answered on September 29, 2016 at 03:43 PM

    Unfortunately, we don't offer phone support, but we'll be glad to help you trough this thread.

    You can easily create such feature with our forms.

    What you will have to do is to point that RSVP link to your form that you can Create in our form builder.

    For example:

    1. This is a test RSVP form:

    2. Then you will need a URL that leads to this RSVP form, to pick it up please follow:

    Go to Publish:

    And then just copy link of the form:

    You can place that link in your email so it will lead your clients to RSVP form.

    Hope it helps. If you need any assistance in creating such form do not hesitate to contact us we'll be glad to help.

    Thank you!

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    Answered on September 29, 2016 at 04:46 PM
    I need help, so can you create a mock form that has an RSVP link at the bottom for me? We want it to look like this, but instead of the ‘Will you attend’ etc at the bottom, we want an RSVP button that will take our guests to another page to complete with their name, etc.
    Molly Plyler Milligan
    Gleneagles Group
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    Answered on September 29, 2016 at 10:39 PM

    The place of link is based on the email client that you are using. If your email supports HTML, you may create a link to the form by using the following HTML script 

    <a target="_blank" href="" rel="nofollow noopener">Will you attend?</a>

    If you email client is having an HTML editor with an icon to insert a link, you may use it as well. Please see the screenshot below that might help you in creating a link from the editor.

    This will be displaying the link as shown below:

    Will you attend?

    Hope this information helps! Let us know if you are referring something different. We will be happy to help. 

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    Answered on September 30, 2016 at 06:46 AM
    Do I need to design the language of the invitation in my Outlook email, and then insert an RSVP link from Jot Form? I have Microsoft outlook, so please let me know how to insert and customize an rsvp link to insert into email? If I don't have an answer by noon today, we will go back to the other platform, constant contact, that we have been using.
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    Answered on September 30, 2016 at 08:39 AM

    Here is step-by-step on how to do that:

    1. In your Outlook when you create a new email:

    2. In the new email window, you can simply right click on the text area and choose hyperlink:

    3. New window will open where you can input the address of your form and title of that hyperlink:

    4. And here is how it looks like:

    You can add that anywhere in your email body that you send to your customers.

    If you need any further help please let us know.

    Thank you!