Hi, and welcome back.
So, we have started looking at forms in GetResponse.
So in this video, we’re going to see how we can build a form using the List Builder Wizard.
If you’re not already here, you’ll just come in to Forms and then click on Create Forms and it’ll get you here.
So if I scroll down, you’ll see that there are lots of different forms here.
Lots of different designs that you can choose from and if you want a quick way to build a form, this is a quick way for you to get a form ready for yourself.
So if there’s any design that you like, you can just choose it and go into the next step.
So there are very many.
You can see that.
On this end, there are different categories and these are just categories based on the designs that are here.
So you can just choose something.
Maybe if you click on free download, it will show you forms that could work well for a download.
But in any case, you can just use any of them anyway.
So you can see these are pretty wider forms.
If you wanted wider ones, you just come down here and click the ones that you want based on the size.
So in this case, let me just come back to the smaller ones.
Actually the first I want to do.
I want to put it on a page.
So let me just take something like this one.
So there we go.
And I don’t want this video to be long.
So in the next video, we are going to see how you can edit this form and then take the code and take it to a webpage.
So that’s it for this video.
I will see you in the next one when we get to editing this form.
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