This document covers features you can use to interact with your form submissions. To learn how you can be made aware of new submissions, visit our form notifications page.
Form submissions UI
You can find all submissions to your Netlify forms in the Forms tab of your site dashboard. Select a form name from the Active forms list to access the submissions for that form. By default, only verified submissions are listed. You can switch to spam submissions via a dropdown above the list.
If you've disabled form detection, build bots will not process any new or changed forms in your HTML files during deploys. You can still access form submissions for any preexisting and unchanged forms, but any newly deployed or updated forms won't support new submissions while form detection is disabled.
Change a form submission's state
You can change the state of a submission from spam to verified or vice versa. To do so, check the box next to each submission title to select one or multiple submissions and then use the Mark as spam or Mark as verified button.
Delete a form submission
You can delete both verified submissions and spam submissions. To do so, check the box next to each submission title to select one or multiple submissions. After you select the submission(s), a red Delete button will become available. When you click on the delete button, you’ll be prompted to confirm the deleting action. Once you confirm, your selected submission(s) will be deleted permanently.
Export form submissions to CSV
You can export verified form submissions to a CSV file. From the Forms tab, select the form you want to export, then click the Download as CSV button near the top of the form detail page.
You can use the API to get verified/spam submissions, delete submissions, delete forms, and more.
When a form is submitted with one or more file uploads, a link to each uploaded file will be included in the form submission details. These are accessible in the Netlify app, in email notifications, in CSV exports, and via our API.
You can integrate your forms with Netlify's serverless functions by triggering a function on verified form submissions. Find out more in the Functions docs.
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