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In this article, we explain how to match mail tagsMail Tag Mail Tags are used in Contact Form 7 (CF7) (in the Mail Tab) to show information collected from CF7 form fields (in the Form Tab) in emails sent by CF7. with form tagsForm Tag Form Tags in Contact Form 7 (CF7) (in the Form Tab) are used to define all CF7 form fields. Each Form Tag is replaced with an HTML element, which represents an input field, when it is displayed in an actual form. so you receive all the information submitted from your Contact Form 7 forms.
The Form Tags in the image above are:
Tip: To learn about the different sections of a Form tagForm Tag Form Tags in Contact Form 7 (CF7) (in the Form Tab) are used to define all CF7 form fields. Each Form Tag is replaced with an HTML element, which represents an input field, when it is displayed in an actual form., refer to How Tags Work.
Contact Form 7 uses Mail Tags which match each Form tag. You add these Mail Tags in the Mail tab.
|Form Tags||Mail Tags|
To help you prepare your CF7 emails, the available Mail Tags are shown at the top of the Mail tab.
You add these Mail Tags wherever you want to show the information provided by the form user. You can combine the Mail Tags with explanatory text to create a useful email.
The Mail Tags in the image above are:
Matching Mail Tags with Form Tags
You can match your Mail Tags with your Form Tags by following these steps:
1. Go to the Mail Tab
You can find all the available Mail tags listed at the top of the Mail Tab.
Any tags you have not used in the Mail Tab are marked bold.
Tip: You need to add the Mail Tags which match with the relevant Form Tags for each form field response you want to appear in your email.
2. Complete the Email Header Section
Add the Mail Tags which you want to use as part of your Email Header in this section.
Do this just as you would with any email that you send from your computer. Use the Mail Tags to customize the email to the form user.
3. Add the form information to the Message Body
Finally here you can combine the remaining Mail Tags with explanatory text to create a useful email.
Tip: Use CF7 Special Mail Tags to include in the email information on where the form was submitted.