Contact Info question type
Collect all the contact details you need from your respondents with a single question using the Contact Info question type.
You can ask for the following details in the Contact Info question type:
- First Name - Last Name - Phone Number - Email - Company
Read on to find out how to include or exclude some of these details, and how to further customize the Contact Info question type.
The Contact Info question type currently only supports the following apps and integrations:
Support for the Slack integration will also be available soon.
To add the Contact Info question to your typeform:
1. Open up an existing typeform, or create a new one. Click + to add a new question, and select Contact Info:
2. Now you’ll see the Contact Info question type with all the contact detail questions displayed on a single page:
3. Click the eye icon to hide a field…
4. …or click the crossed-out eye icon to show a field within the Contact Info question type:
Note! You can’t hide all the fields in your Contact Info question type. If you’re only planning to ask a single field about people’s contact details, you can also use the Email and Phone Number question types, or add a Short Text question for information like First Name, Last Name or Company.
5. To change the default country code of the Phone Number field, click the dropdown arrow and search for a specific country or scroll through the list. You can read more about the Phone Number question here.
6. You can also make a field required by clicking the crossed-out asterisk…
7. …or make it optional again by clicking the asterisk:
If you mark one field as required in the Contact Info question type, the Contact Info question itself will also be marked as required in the typeform. However, people can still skip the optional fields within the Contact Info question type and submit the typeform.
8. Click Add next to Image or video to add some cool visuals to your Contact Info question:
You can also use Logic with the Contact Info question type. For example, you can add ‘skip logic’, so people who opt in will see the Contact Info question type, but people who don’t want to share their contact details won’t:
However, you can’t apply logical rules to questions within the Contact Info question type. For example, you can’t set up conditions like “If Company = x then jump to question 3”. If you want to use a single contact detail question in a logical condition, you can simply add an Email or Short Text question type instead of the Contact Info question type.
Tadaa! Your single-page contact form is ready to go:
When you’re mapping the fields of the Contact Info question type in an integration like HubSpot, you can map each field of the question type to a different field of the integration. For example, this is what the mapping of the Contact Info question type might look like in HubSpot: