Customize the result page

After filling out the form or completing the test, the user is taken to the results page, the contents of which can be customized:

  • Display a message, like to thank the user for filling out your form.
  • Show response statistics for prompts in the form.
  • For a test, you can show the number of points scored.
  • Invite the user to visit a certain site.
  1. Add a message
  2. Show response statistics
  3. Show test results
  4. Set up redirection

Add a message

To show a message to the user after they fill out the form, like to thank them for participating:

  1. Select the form and go to Settings → Text and submit logic.
  2. In the Message after form sent block, enter the title and text of your message.
  3. Click Save.

Show response statistics

If you have a vote or test, after the user fills out the form, you can display response statistics: this shows them how other users responded to the prompts.

Statistics are displayed for prompts with preset response options: “Drop-down list”, “One answer”, “Multiple answers”, and “Rate on a scale”.

To show statistics:

  1. Select the form and go to Settings → Text and submit logic.
  2. Turn on Show response statistics after submitting the form.
  3. Click Save.

Show test results

After the user completes the test, you can show them how many points they scored:

  1. Select a form and go to Settings → Tests and quizzes.
  2. Turn on Show the test results.

  3. To show which responses are correct or incorrect, turn on Show correct and incorrect answers in test results.
  4. Click Save.
Restriction. If you show test results, you can't invite users to visit a site or display a message when they submit the form.

Set up redirection

After the user fills out the form, you can suggest that they go to your site for more information or to make an order:

  1. Select the form and go to Settings → Text and submit logic.
  2. Turn on Redirect to site.
  3. Give a link to the site that you want the user to visit after submitting their response.
  4. Choose how you want the user to go to the site:
    • On click: The user needs to click a button to go to the site.
    • Delayed: The user is automatically redirected 5 seconds after submitting their response. They can also go to the site by clicking the button.
  5. In the Button text field, enter the name of the redirect button.
  6. If you publish a form using an embed code, you can turn on the Redirect to form in the same frame option:
    • If this option is enabled, the site is loaded in a frame on the same page the form is embedded in.
    • If this option is off, the site opens in a new browser tab.
    Restriction. Many sites don't support in-frame loading. We recommend turning on this option for content that is intended for embedding on third-party sites. For example, for Yandex Forms or YouTube videos.
  7. Click Save.
Let's say you've embedded a form on your landing page for collecting customer requests. After the user fills out the request form, they must be redirected to a second form to confirm their phone number. However, you want the user to stay on your landing page instead of proceeding to a Yandex Forms page. To do this, go to the settings of your request form and turn on Redirect to form in the same frame.