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Adding translations Visit your project’s Settings page and select “Translations” from the sidebar. If you did not build your form in English, choose the language you used from the “Choose a primary language” dropdown and press “Change.” Under “Add a new language to translate,” select the language you...

Screendoor comes with beautiful, customizable forms with your own custom color scheme, logo, and subdomain. But you might want your form to be more integrated with your existing website. Screendoor’s embed code lets you place your form inside any webpage and match that page’s look...

Customizing the success message By default, Screendoor displays a nice confirmation page when a response has been successfully submitted: You can customize the message that appears on this page. Click “Edit” on the right side of the project header, and select the “Confirmations” tab from the project...

If you need your forms to be signed before they are submitted, Screendoor lets you add electronic signatures to any form. **Note**: In order to use electronic signatures, you'll need to sign up for [Screendoor Enterprise](https://www.dobt.co/screendoor/enterprise/). Getting started Select the “Edit” link on the right side of the...

By default, Screendoor forms automatically collect names and email addresses from respondents, so you don’t have to add those fields to the form yourself. If you are creating a project where respondents might use your form frequently (such as for public records requests or data collection),...

At the heart of every Screendoor project lies a form. Here’s how to build your own. **Note:** Screendoor's form builder does not currently support smartphones, tablets, or other touch-based devices. Getting started Select the “Edit” link on the right side of your project’s header, and click “The Form”...

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