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How to redirect to a URL at form completion

Learn how you can automatically redirect respondents to an external URL after form completion.


When to use

After respondents completed your form, you can show them a closing message, but you can also redirect them to an external URL, for example your own website.

Flexible redirects

Redirects are part of the closing message. Closing messages are way more flexible than just one closing message for all your respondents. In this article we will show how to redirect the common closing message, but you can also add unlimited flexible closing messages with redirects in it, based on the given answers of your respondents.

Please see this article for more information about flexible closing messages.


How to use

To set a redirect at the end of your form, you have to enable the closing message inside the form builder. To do so, click the red bubble with a icon at the bottom of the form.

Enable redirect

Now that you've opened the closing message pane, you can enable the feature Redirect on the left.

This will disable all other features for the closing message, as your respondents won't see those any more. Instead you can now enter the URL (including https://) you want to redirect to.

And that's it! Your form will now save the entry at completion and then redirect to the given URL. There is no longer a closing message visible.

The settings to redirect your form at completion.

Recall values using piping logic

Add the identification number of the entry in the redirect URL.

In the redirect URL you can use piping logic to add answered values to the URL, using the @ sign.

You can use these piping values to send certain data to the redirect URL. This even enables you to share response data between different Tripetto forms.

On top of that, there is an extra piping value available in the closing message: the Identification number. This is the unique identification number of each entry by which you can identify/track a certain entry on the URL that's opened.

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