Form settings

You can find your form settings in the Settings tab of your published form.



Default texts and error messages in your forms can be displayed in multiple languages. RTL text support is available for Arabic, Hebrew and Yoruba.

Redirect on completion

Want to take your respondents to a web page of your choice (e.g. to your website or a calendar tool) once they filled in your form? You can easily set it up using our redirect on completion feature.

Progress bar

The progress bar provides a clear way for respondents to understand how much of the form they have completed, and encourages them to continue until the end.

Partial Submissions

What if you could view unfinished submissions of respondents that don't complete your form? Partial Submissions does just that! Gather data from lost leads, find drop off points and improve your form conversion rates.

Remove Tally branding

Looking for a way to create forms that fit your brand seamlessly? Tally Pro users can hide the "Made with Tally" badge in the footer of your form and on your Thank You page.

Email notifications

Self Email Notifications

Self Email Notifications allow you to automatically receive an email after every form submission.

Respondent Email Notifications

Set up respondent notifications to send a follow-up email to your respondents. You can use this to share a summary of their form responses, thank your respondents, or share a score of a quiz or test.


Close your Tally forms

You can close your Tally forms on a date or after it hits a certain number of submissions.
  • Close your form manually for new submissions
  • Close your form on a scheduled date
  • Limit the number of submissions and set how many submissions you want to receive before closing the form

Closed form message

When you close your form, you can also customize the closed message for your respondents to see. You can edit the title and description text of your closed-screen message. Here’s an example of a custom closed message screen:
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Auto-jump to next page

When your page only contains one question, you can auto-jump to the next page without clicking the ‘next’ button. Auto-jump is only available for multiple choice, dropdown, rating or linear scale questions and is disabled by default.
You can enable it in SettingsBehaviorAuto-jump to next page.
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Save answers for later

Save answers of not-submitted forms, so respondents can continue from where they left off. The answers are stored in the local browser storage and never leave the respondent’s computer.
Answers will not be visible when the respondent opens the form in another browser or uses incognito mode.