Variables in integration settings

When you set up integration of your form with other services, you can send responses or other data from the form to the service. For example, you can insert the user's responses into an email text or insert data into task fields in Yandex Tracker.

Use variables to do this:

  1. On the Integration tab in your form, add an action.
  2. Select a field and click Variables on the right.
  3. Select a variable from the list that you want to add.

When data is sent to the service, the variable is automatically converted to a value — the response to a prompt, test result, or technical data.

Important. When integrating the form with Yandex Tracker, you can add an employee that's specified in a response to a “People” prompt to the Author, Assignee, or Followers fields in Tracker. To do this, add a Response ID variable to the field.

If you use a Response to prompt variable, integration won't work.

You can use the following variables in action settings:

Variable Description

User info: Personal data of the user who filled out the form.

Restriction. Variables from this group are converted to the user's personal data only if the form is linked to an organization in Yandex.Connect and the user who filled out the form is an employee of the organization.

You can only get data from external users if they provide their data in response to the form prompts.


The user's name


The user's login


The user's email


The user's gender


The employee's department (for Yandex.Connect users)


The employee's work phone number (for Yandex.Connect users)


The employee's direct supervisor (for Yandex.Connect users)


Teams that the employee is a member of (for Yandex.Connect users)

Yandex.Connect data: Information from the organization's address book in Yandex.Connect.

User information A field from the card of the employee that filled out the form
Information from a response to a prompt

For the People, Departments, and Teams question types, this is a field from the card of an employee or department specified in the response.

Test results: The user's result in a test or quiz.
Maximum points in the test

The maximum number of points that can be scored in the test

Total prompts with points

The number of prompts for which the user can get points

Points scored

The number of points scored by the user

Test results heading

The heading of a segment that the user's results fit in

Description of test results

The description of a segment that the user's results fit in

Points scored for a prompt

The number of points scored for a selected prompt

Form: The form parameters and prompt responses.
Form ID

A unique form ID


Form name

Prompt response

A user response to a specific prompt in the form — select a prompt

Responses to prompts

User responses to multiple prompts in the form — select prompts

Response ID

A unique ID of a completed form

Response option ID

A unique ID of a response option for multiple-choice prompts (such as “People” or “Drop-down list”).

Response date

The date when the form was filled out

Form author's email The email of the user who created the form

Browser: Information about the user's browser and operating system.

OS family

Operating system type

OS name Operating system name
OS version Operating system version
Browser name


Browser version


Request: Technical parameters of the HTTP session.


User's computer name


Form address

All GET parameters

Values of all request parameters.

Learn more about how to use GET parameters to pre-fill a form.

GET parameter

The value of a specific request parameter — specify the parameter name.

Learn more about how to use GET parameters to pre-fill a form.