Shopify is a powerful ecommerce platform that offers brands an easy way to build and launch an online storefront, list products, accept orders, monitor sales, and more.
However, there is one important area in which Shopify lacks support—forms.
Ecommerce businesses need forms to efficiently gather customer information for wholesale inquiries, refund requests, and customer feedback without having to hop on the phone or go back and forth with the customer. They also use forms for product quizzes and collecting payments.
Fortunately, form builders like Feathery make it easy to build and embed them in your Shopify storefront in a matter of minutes. In this post, we’ll show you how.
To start, you’ll want to create a free account with Feathery.
Once in the Feathery dashboard, click Create Form in the upper right-hand corner. You can choose from pre-built form templates or build your form from scratch.
Once you’ve created your form, you can add fields based on what information you’d like to capture, style elements to match your brand, and customize the flow of the form as well.
Now let’s head to your Shopify store to embed your form.
Log in to Shopify and select your store.
In the left-hand navigation bar, find Sales Channel > Online Store > Pages and select the page you wish to embed your form on.
In the page’s content editor, click Show HTML.
Once you’ve pasted your code, click Save and then click View Page to see your successfully embedded form.
Embedding forms in Shopify is a great way for ecommerce businesses to gather customer information for orders, payments, and product feedback.
Other powerful forms you can build with Feathery and embed in Shopify include:
Whatever your store requires, build and sell confidently knowing that form builders like Feathery are there to support your form-building needs.
Sign up for a free account with Feathery today.
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