Sit back and wait for the responses. It won't look any different to your users or visitors to your website.
As responses arrive you can see them tickle in when you log in to FormBackend and look at your specific form. You can even set it up to email you and/or the submitter.
It's also possible to export responses as CSV or integrate it with third party services like Slack, Trello, Zapier or the like (or use simple webhooks).
You use your own HTML but point the action attribute to our unique URL for your form
<form action="https://www.formbackend.com/f/k-dv-zj5" method="post"> <label>Name</label> <input type="text" name="name"> <label>Email</label> <input type="email" name="email"> <button type="submit">Submit form</button> </form">
Form renders with your styling. Try and fill out the form below to see how it works (it actually submits to FormBackend)
As people submit your form, you'll see submissions tickle in in our interface. You can even set up to be notified for every response - that way you don't have to log in to check.
You can also email the person that submitted the form, notifying them that you have received it. Personalize the email you send them by using merge tags, so you can refer data that they have submitted.