You can send notifications for verified form submissions in Site settings > Forms > Form notifications. These notifications can be sent using email, webhooks, or Slack. In the configuration options, you can choose to be notified for a single specific form, or for all verified submissions to any form on your site.
# Email notifications
By default, form notification emails are sent from email@example.com, and any replies to a notification go to that address. To respond to a form submitter, you need to enter their address manually.
We recommend that you add an
name="email" to your form. This sets the
Reply-to value on the form notification email, allowing you to reply directly to the form submitter without manually entering their email.
The default subject for all form notification emails is as follows:
[Netlify] Form submission from YOUR_FORM_NAME form
You can’t override
[Netlify] in the default subject, but you can override the rest. To do this, add an
name="subject" to your form. The value of that input will be used for the notification email subject, prepended by
[Netlify]. This input does not need to be visible to your users.
Here’s an example with an email input and a hidden subject input:
<form name="contact" method="POST" data-netlify="true"> <input type="hidden" name="subject" value="Sales inquiry from mysitename.netlify.app" /> <p> <label>Your Name: <input type="text" name="name" /></label> </p> <p> <label>Your Email: <input type="email" name="email" /></label> </p> <p> <label>Message: <textarea name="message"></textarea></label> </p> <p> <button type="submit">Send</button> </p> </form>
The resulting email subject is
[Netlify] Sales inquiry from mysitename.netlify.app, and the
Reply-to email is whatever value the form submitter entered in the
Your Email: field.
# Zapier integrations
Netlify is available on Zapier, where you can connect Netlify with over 1,000 other applications. You can set up a “Zap” action to be triggered when there is a verified form submission on your website. You can find out more on our blog, or use one of the templates below to get started:
# n8n integrations
Netlify is available on n8n, an open source tool that allows you to connect Netlify with other applications. By using one of n8n's Netlify nodes, you can create your own automated workflow. To get started, you can use the Netlify node, Netlify Trigger node, or you can use the existing workflow below:
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