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The main purpose of web forms is to provide site visitor feedback. For example, you can use web forms to:
The system stores information, obtained from visitors via web forms, in the database. You can specify an e-mail address to which a notification will be sent each time a web form is posted.
Assume that you have placed a job application form on your site:
Every time the form is completed, a new application is registered in the system:
and a notification is sent to à responsible person (e.g. personnel department manager) via the e-mail.
Note: e-mail dispatch parameters are configured in e-mail templates, which is only available in the advanced editing mode.
Administrator can configure a web form and its results in such a way that they will be accessible only by members of a certain user group. For example, site visitors can be permitted to modify their CV's.
Note: statuses are only available in the advanced editing mode.