We just released the Redirect after Submit feature on Friday (6/24/11). This has been a very commonly asked for feature. The problem is this - how do I get the respondent back to my website once they successfully filled out the form. Currently the respondent ends on the confirmation page and has to manually navigate back to your website - which is far from optimal.
This feature is part of the Basic and Plus plans; and it can be found on the "Options" tab under the "Redirect URL" section. This option will work on previously created forms as well as new forms.
Here is what the UI looks like:
You have two redirect options:
Now when the user Submits the data the confirmation page will look something like this:
After 5 seconds it will automatically redirect back to your website or to the beginning of the form depending on the option you chose.
FormsCentral product manager
(Randy Swineford, 12/20/2011) Updated description to include new option
I'm new to FormsCentral, so forgive me if this is a dumb newbie question...
I understand the redirect idea, but I'm curious as to whether the target page has a way to access the data entered by the user on the form.
For instance, could I have a form that (say) asks the user to rate a service, redirect him to my site, and then understand whether the user rated my service one star (which might trigger follow-up of some sort) or four stars (which might trigger a "thank you" message)?
We currently do not support passing data from the form back into the redirected website. Thanks for your feedback.
If you would like people to vote on your idea or have other ideas please post them within the idea section of the forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/formscentral?view=idea
That really helps me understand the popularity of a feature request.