Tally offers 2 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.
How it works
Go to the form settings of your form →
Self Email Notifications. Switch on the toggle on to receive emails every time someone submits your form.
Tally Pro users can customize every email field by simply typing text or click
@to insert data from your form. You can insert input fields, hidden fields or calculated fields to create dynamic emails.
The default email address is the one of the form creator (linked to your Tally account). When you add multiple email addresses, make sure to comma separate them and leave no spaces in between.
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 Response for @Formname’. 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@example.com’. Tally Pro users can edit the From name.
It is not possible to change the domain of the sender.
All questions and answers are inserted 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 →