Plugins run each time your form is submitted and perform some kind of action. Most commonly, plugins are used to filter out spam and integrate with other apps.
To enable a plugin, navigate to the Plugins tab for your form. Here you will find a complete list of our plugins that can be easily searched or filtered by category.
After finding the plugin you want to enable, click in the "Configure" button. This will open a dialog box that will allow you to configure and enable the plugin. Each plugin requires different configuration. For example, a plugin might need to the name of an input in your form or require you to authorize access to a third-party app.
Here's a list of essential plugins that we recommend most forms use to improve user experience and fight spam:
To disable a plugin, navigate to the Plugins tab for your form and find the plugin you want to disable. Click on the slide toggle:
After clicking the slide toggle, a dialog will open that will present you with two options. You can choose to disable the plugin and remember your configuration settings. This can be useful if you plan on enabling the plugin again in the future. Or you can choose to disable the plugin and delete all your configuration settings.