Adding a personalized message to your responders is a simple, yet effective way of rewarding them for taking time to fill out your form. This can be a personalized pop-up text, an eye-catching image, or an embedded video.

We even created some Thank-you message examples you can use.

Here's how:

First thing you need to do is login to your MightyForms app.

1. Select form

Once you are logged in, you can either create a new form, or select an existing form from your dashboard

2. Go to Settings

With the selected form open, look at the upper right corner of the form's dashboard and click on 'Settings'.

3. Navigate to Success

4. Activate your message

To activate and start editing your success message, switch it on:

5. Write your message

Use the tools in the Message Box below to write your message however you like. Add links, use custom colors, bold/italic text, etc.

You can even use the dropdown 'Choose form fields' to select a field from your form so that the submission to that field gets added in your message:

6. Add an Image to your Success Message

Adding an image to your form's same-page success message is incredibly easy. Click on the Show more button in your message menu and select "Insert/edit image".

Then, paste the URL to an already uploaded image. You can add an Alternative description, and determine a specific width and height. Then click 'Save'.

There you have it! 

6. 1. Embed videos, images, gifs, etc.

Want to mix things up? You can add the embed code of your own videos, images and more by clicking on the embed icon and pasting the embed code in the Source Code pop up:

Paste the embed code of the video or other visual media. 

Here's how you can get the embed code from a YouTube video, and here's how you can get the embed code of a Vimeo video.

Click Save:

Don't worry, your video or image will appear in full on your success message page.

7. Save your message

Scroll down and click save to publish your success message. Success! ;)

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