Set up automatic, customised email notifications and autoresponders that can be sent whenever an entry is submitted, updated, or deleted. Add or edit notifications by going into your form → 'Settings' → 'Form Actions'.
Set up an email notification
- Go into your form. Click on 'Settings' → 'Form Actions'. By default, there will already be an email notification set up. Click on the Email Notification to edit it:
or click the Email Notification icon to add an additional notification.
- Give your email notification a Label for easy reference. This label will only be seen on the back-end.
- Enter one or more email addresses in the To box.
The only formats that can be used are 'name <firstname.lastname@example.org>' and 'email@example.com'. To send the same notification to multiple recipients, separate them with a comma.By default, the [admin_email] shortcode will be inserted in the To box. This will send the notification to the email address from your WordPress General Settings page.
- If you would like parents to receive a copy of the message, click CC and insert the email field from your form in the pane on the right-hand side of your page, for example  in the CC box that appears. If you would like parents to receive a copy of the message but do not want them to be shown to the recipients, click BCC and insert the email(s) in the BCC box that appears.
The only formats that can be used are 'name <firstname.lastname@example.org>' and 'email@example.com'. Separate multiple email addresses with a comma.
- Insert the sender's name and email address in the From box. By default, your website name and admin email address from your WordPress General Settings page will be used.
- If you want the user to reply to a different email address other than the one the message was sent from, click Reply To, then enter in the Reply To email address. The only formats that can be used are 'name <firstname.lastname@example.org>' and 'email@example.com'. If you want to use the name and email that was submitted in your form, you can do so by typing in  <>, where  is the user's name, and  is the user's email address.
- Add a subject in the Subject box.
- By default, the [default-message] shortcode will be inserted in the Message box.
This will display all completed fields in the email notification, which will look like this: