Hey, formists! We all need reminders every now and then, and that’s why your form notifies you when a new submission is done. As you probably already know (and if you don’t, you should be reading this article), you can set your forms to send those notifications from specific email addresses or use the default one which is, until now, email@example.com.
Within the next few weeks, we will start sending web form notifications from firstname.lastname@example.org (instead of .com).
Why the switch?
There are basically two reasons for this, both beneficial for you:
First and foremost, because we need to clearly split our company emails from your forms notifications. This way you can set your inbox filters and folders accurately, and separate your form submissions from the amazing emails that our marketing team sends you (our monthly newsletters and tips & tricks will remain on the .com extension).
Secondly, because this will help us prevent impersonation and spamming from our domains, making sure you don’t receive trashy or deceiving content.
Do I need to do anything?
I knew that question was coming. Normally, no. But if you created email rules or inbox filters based on the sender email@example.com, you will need to adapt them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any doubts, feel free to comment below or contact us at email@example.com.