Tally offers two types of email notifications: self email notifications and respondent email notifications. With self email notifications, you will receive an email each time someone submits your form.
Self email notifications are available for free to all Tally users.
Tally Pro users can fully customize email notifications.
Go to your form settings and scroll down to
Email notifications. Here you can turn on the
Self email notifications toggle to receive emails whenever someone submits your form.
Tally Pro users can customize every email field by simply typing text or clicking
@ to insert data from their form. You can insert input, hidden, or calculated fields to create dynamic emails.
You’ll need an upgrade to Tally Pro to customise any email fields for self email notifications. Below are the different email fields you can modify.
The default email address for receiving email notifications is the one of the form creator (linked to your Tally account). When you add multiple email addresses, use a comma to separate them or click the
+ button to add a new recipient.
This field will be empty by default. Only edit it if you want the recipient to be able to reply to your email.
The default subject is ”New Tally Form Submission for @Form name”. Emails are usually grouped by subject in a thread in your inbox. To split them up, insert a unique value in the subject, such as the Submission ID.
By default, the emails are sent from “Tally Forms” and the domain “[email protected]”. You can now customize the name of the sender, but the email domain of the sender is not customizable yet.
All questions and answers are inserted in the body of email by default. Customize the content as you like and type
@ to get a list of form data. Select text to open the formatting options.
Do you want to create dynamic email notifications and send different emails based on form responses? Learn more about inserting variables in emails here →