Salesforce Stay-in-Touch Form: How to Customize


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If you’re a Salesforce user and have been looking for a custom Stay-in-Touch forms, you’ve probably already realized that it’s not a built-in feature.
The default Stay-in-Touch form provides a great way for you to keep in touch with your contacts, but you’re looking for further customization.
If you’re a heavy Salesforce user, you’ve probably been scratching your head wondering: How can I add my company’s branding, create custom fields, change the language of a form, or edit the colors and layout of my form?

Well, you’re not alone. Since there’s currently no way to edit your form directly in Salesforce, we’re here to help you take care of that—because we know how important it is that your form stays consistent with your branding.

Salesforce Form Customization

Here’s how you can do that using our easy 3-step process:

Here’s a sneak peek of a premade template that you can customize. You can edit the colors, fields, and even add your company’s logo and branding with our simple drag-and-drop Form Builder:
Stay-in-Touch Salesforce Forms
So, what are you waiting for? Beautiful, fully-customized Stay-in-Touch forms are waiting for you! No more headaches or searching around aimlessly for a solution.
In fact, it’s so easy that you don’t even need to ask the IT department for help because there’s no coding required on your end. The setup is simple, and we provide a simple drag-and-drop interface.
Sign up for FormAssembly and get started building web forms today! If you work at a large organization, consider our Enterprise or Compliance Cloud plans.
Want to know more about how you can integrate your forms with Salesforce? Check out our documentation.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or thoughts to share, feel free to leave a comment. We’d love to hear from you!

Hannah lives in Alaska and is a Digital Marketing Specialist at FormAssembly. She enjoys hiking mountains with her husband and reading.

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