If you want to design and host your own "thank you" pages, you can do that by setting up a redirect that will post to your own pages as part of the newsletter signup process. There are actually two "thank you" pages in the signup process. The first one, the  Signup "Thank You" Page, is displayed after subscribers submit their information. This page instructs them to check their email to confirm their subscription. The second,  Confirmation "Thank You" Page is displayed when the subscriber clicks the link in the confirmation email and notifies them that they have been added to the list.

You can provide an alternate redirect URL for either or both of these pages.

In this article:

Set Up A Redirect

  1. Navigate to the Lists page.
  2. Click the drop down menu for the list whose forms you want to work with and choose Signup forms.
    List drop-down menu, signup forms
  3. Click the General forms option.
    General forms select button
  4. Select Signup "thank you" page from the forms and response emails drop down menu.
    Signup thank you option on drop-down menu
  5. Enter a URL in the Instead of showing this thank you page, send subscribers to another URL field.
    Create forms choose alternative URL

Embed Code Forms

The redirect links you add in the form designer also apply to forms created in the embed code interface. However, some default settings will need to be changed. We've coded the success and error response messages for your signup form directly into the embedded forms. In order to redirect to your own Signup "thank you" page, simply select the disable all javascript option when generating the code. You can find this option under the create embed code for small form screen.

Enhance your form disable javascript option

For more information on how to embed the signup form you designed in our visual designer onto your website, take a look at this article.

This feature is limited to certain user levels. You can see your user level on the Users & Account Details page and this article explains what each level can access in the account.

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