Add Contact Form or Sign up Form

All Strikingly templates have simple contact and sign-up forms. Here's a step-by-step guide to adding a contact form to your Strikingly page:


1. Click the "Add new section" button on the left editor toolbar.

2. Select "Contact & Forms", and click "Contact Form".


You will have 4 fields in our standard contact form that you can toggle on or off! We've got: email, name, phone, and message fields (which can be renamed as well).


3. Add a map of your location by clicking "Add Map".


4. Hover over the map you've added and click "Edit" to make any necessary adjustments.


Here's a sample contact form with a map:


For more advanced customization and additional form functionality, explore our Custom Form section.


To align your contact form at the center (without the map), go to Style > Sections > Content Alignment and select "Center."

This will place your contact form in the center of the page.


To add a Sign-up form  to your Strikingly page, follow these instructions:

1. Click the "Add new section" button on the left editor toolbar.
2. Select the "Sign-up Form" section.
You will have 2 fields on our standard sign-up form you can toggle on or off! We've got: name and email fields. (can be renamed as well!)  

Each (non-spam) entry to the contact form will be emailed to you. If you are not receiving messages from us, check the recipient address on your contact form, and also go to your account to see if you have unsubscribed to us at any point. Edit your mail settings here!

When you're emailed, the "reply-to" address should be the email of the person who filled out your form, and the subject line should say "a new comment on"


If you want the comments from the contact form to be sent to a specific email account, you can change it within the editor.

1. In your site editor, click "EDIT" on the form.




2. Type the email address where you want to receive the form submissions into the "Recipient Email" field.

The messages sent through the contact form should be sent to your recipient email.



  • You can add multiple emails in the "Recipient Email" field by separating them with a semicolon (;). Example:;
  • If you are on a Free plan, site visitors who submitted their info through your contact form will receive a confirmation message like this:

    "Hello, xxx!

    We've just received a form submission from you on Thanks for your message!"

  • No email confirmation will be sent to your site visitors who filled out your form if you're on any of our paid plans (Limited, Pro, VIP).
  • Currently, the feature to stop notifications for form submissions is not supported. So, if the recipient field is empty, the notification will be sent to the email associated with your account. 

Having trouble receiving notifications? Check out our solutions here.

If you've got questions, send them to or chat with us.


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