A Thank You Page is the page respondents see after submitting a form. All Tally forms end with a Thank You screen, which you can customize for free. You can add one or multiple Thank You Pages depending on the logic paths in your form.
Custom Thank You pages are available for free
Create a Thank You page
Insert a Thank You page by typing
/thankand search for or switch on the Thank You Page toggle on top of your last page.
Write the text that should be shown on your Thank you page. You can add any type of content (for example images and links), format the text to your liking, and personalize your message using
If you don't insert a Thank You Page, a default Thank You Page will be shown at the end of your form.
Tally Proto remove the Tally badge on your Thank You Page.
Create multiple Thank You Pages
You can insert as many Thank You pages as you like. Use conditional logic to show respondents different Thank You Pages based on their answers.
For example: You created a quiz and you want to show a different message at the end of the form based on the score of your respondents.
- Create a quiz and use our calculator to calculate scores, or use this template.
- Insert two (or more) Thank You Pages with different messages.
- Insert conditional logic: when the score is higher than 15 → jump to one Thank You Page, when the score is lower than 15 → jump to another Thank You Page.
Mention Respondent & Submission ID
We automatically generate a unique Respondent and Submission ID when your form gets submitted.
Respondent ID Unique identifier of the form respondent. This unique identifier is persistent between all forms from within the same workspace. You can use it to identify people who answer a form multiple times or have answered different forms.
Submission ID Unique identifier of the current form submission, it's different for each submission.
You can mention the Respondent or Submission ID on your Thank You page(s) by typing
The IDs have minimum 6 characters and can contain a combination of lower- and uppercase text and numbers.