Facebook forms

123Contact Form publish forms

Integrating forms and surveys with Facebook is very easy to do, due to the 123FormBuilder application for Facebook. Access it at https://apps.facebook.com/contact-forms/(it will be installed automatically).

Choose the form that you want to post and the FB page where you want to post it. Afterward, you can update your page/form association or access your form editor directly from your FB page.

1. In 123FormBuilder, go to the Get Code & Publish section of your form and hit the Facebook tab on the left. From there, click on the 123FormBuilder Application for Facebook link, above the video tutorial.

add forms to Facebook page

2. You’ll be redirected on Facebook to the allow access popup window. Don’t worry, the app won’t publish anything. Use the Ok button to proceed to the next step.

add forms to Facebook

3. In the lightbox that appears, select the form you want to add and on which page (if you have more than one per Facebook account).

add forms to Facebook

4. Click on Add to publish the form on your page and select to which page will the 123FormBuilder tab be applied to. Hit Add Page Tab to finish.
The web form can be accessed in the page’s toolbar (under the cover image). The message in orange, above the form, is shown only to you and not to other people who visit your page and complete the form.

Visit the 123FormBuilder blog or watch our video tutorial on how to use the 123FormBuilder application for Facebook to learn even more.

Related documentation:
The app for Facebook isn’t working. What to do?
How to change the Facebook tab image?
How to change the Facebook tab name?
Can I publish more than 5 forms on Facebook?
An orange box keeps showing up on my Facebook page. What to do?
I’m having trouble sharing the link to my web page on Facebook/LinkedIn. What to do?


  1. Hi , is it available for NON US pages too ?
    I sell nutrition products so i am thinking of using this for my order form, is it possible ?

  2. Rich VanDyke says:

    I want to post a registration form to a secret group page on FB but do not see that option, the only option I have is to post to my personal FB page. Is that possible?

    • Hello Rich!

      Unfortunately, on Facebook you can embed forms only in fan pages. However, you may use the option to share the link of the form. Go to PublishForm Link and copy the URL of your web form. Next, paste it in a post within the group on Facebook. People will click the link and fill out the form on a separate tab. Would this help?

      For more assistance, don’t hesitate to contact our support specialists at support@123formbuilder.com


  3. Alfonso says:

    I need to integrate a form into my facebook fanpage. My question is, why can´t see the logo of my company into the form once I´ve integrated in the fanpage. I can only see the form but not the title and the logo.
    How can I do it? Can you help me, please?


    • Manu says:

      Hi Alfonso!

      Are you referring to the Facebook tab ? If so you need to go to your Page Settings and then go to Apps.

      Once you are there, you should see the 123ContactFrom App and if you click on Edit you will be able to change the icon.

  4. Naji Boutros says:

    How do you post more than one form. It seems I’m only allowed one Tab with one form on FB.

  5. sheryl selway says:

    I can’t access it on mobile – only on the desktop version of my page? How do you add it so that it is compatible with mobile?

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