Redirect after submitting

Want to take your respondents to another web page once they’re done filling in your typeform? It’s easy to do using thanks to the Redirect after submitting feature.

Sometimes it can be useful to send people to a page on your site or elsewhere on the web, rather than just show them a Thank You screen. Redirect after submitting is a PRO+ feature that loads a new web address when a form is submitted, no matter what someone responded.

Let’s look at a couple of examples of Redirect after submitting in action:

Example 1: Generate leads by linking to online resources

Here’s a Harry Potter quiz. Instead of finishing with a Thank You screen, it takes respondents directly to our Online Quiz Templates, where they can make their own. It’s great for lead generation!

Example 2: Cut long surveys into bite-sized chunks

The longer your survey, the less likely it is respondents will complete. You can use Redirect after submitting to make long surveys into bite-sized pieces. This has the advantage of saving results from partially completed surveys.

Let’s take a political attitudes test as an example. Instead of one big survey, we’ve created three smaller ones linked together.

How to set up Redirect after submitting

To set up a typeform to redirect to any URL when a user hits Submit, follow these simple steps:

1. Click on the Settings icon at the bottom of the toolbar panel on the left of the screen.

Screenshot showing settings menu icon
2. Flick on the Redirect after submitting button and paste in the URL of the page you’d like to redirect the respondent to. In this case, it’ll be the typeform that has our next round of survey questions.

Screenshot showing location of Redirect after submitting option
3. If you like, you can add a variable from the typeform to the URL by clicking the + sign and selecting a field. Alternatively, you can type the ‘@’ symbol to bring up this list of variables. This comes in handy when you want to pass information from one typeform to another, for example to identify respondents.

Screenshot showing how to add a variable to a redirect after submitting URL

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