Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

What are custom recipients and how to use them?

This is a feature designed especially for users/companies that receive many emails, so what they require is a way to send each notification to multiple email addresses whenever someone submits the web form. They will have their business processes fastened if the emails are sent directly to the department that should handle the issue.

For example, company ABC – which has got 3 departments: cars, motorbikes, trucks – receives all filled contact forms to the same email address: contact@abc.tld. The ABC employee that handles filled contact forms sorts the emails and forwards car-related emails to cars@abc.tld, motorbike-related emails to motorbikes@abc.tld, and truck-related emails to trucks@abc.tld. This is time-consuming and adds some delay to the reply action. By using custom recipients, company ABC will have the filled contact forms sent directly to the right addresses.

123FormBuilder send notifications to multiple email addresses

To add custom recipients as well as condition them to multiple email addresses, go to Notifications and click on Add Rules where you list your form’s recipients.

123FormBuilder send notifications to multiple email addresses

You’ll see that the email address used for creating your account is, by default, set to receive all submissions. Press Duplicate to create a new rule.

123FormBuilder send notifications to multiple email addresses

Type a new address in the text box and choose, in the second dropdown list, the field that will affect the submission’s behavior. Then specify the particularities that it needs to meet.

123FormBuilder send notifications to multiple email addresses

E.g.: AddresscontainsBoston. This means that the submissions in which the Address field contains the word Boston are considered.

123FormBuilder send notifications to multiple email addresses

In the first dropdown list, you can select Send to or Only Send to. If you select Send to, then the submissions that meet the conditions will be sent to both the primary email address and the one added afterward. If you select Only Send to, then submissions will only be sent to the newly added address.

Save the changes and your email rules will be added.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions. For more FAQs, please browse through the FAQs page.

Is this service free?
Yes, we offer a free form builder service. Just sign up to the Basic plan and you are all set. This plan is forever free, but you are limited with a few features only, such as 5 forms per account, 100 submissions per month and you have to keep the backlink to 123FormBuilder on your forms. Check out our features matrix for more information.
How many forms can I create?
It depends on the service plan you are on. Higher service plans enable more features, including more web forms for your account. If you need more forms, go to the My Account section of your account and click the upgrade button. To create an unlimited number of forms, either upgrade to the Platinum service plan or higher. Consult our features matrix for more information.
How can I publish my forms?
You can publish your forms in many ways, by using their direct URL or HTML link, embedding them with a JavaScript code, Inline HTML or iFrame, using the Facebook app or the WordPress plugin, using popups, the Blogger code snippet and many more. Once you have created and customized your form, go to the Publish section to complete your work. Read more in our documentation.
How do I change my form design?
You can change the design of your form in the Themes section, which is located in your form settings. We offer a set of more than 30 predefined form themes for your forms, but you can also create your own from scratch. You can customize the submit button, the logo and more. To apply your own stylesheets, all forms come with a custom CSS editor.

Can't find what you're looking for?