Before publishing you can specify your project settings. These can be changed later using the settings option in the dropdown on the project overview.
- project name
- project URL (you can use your own domain using custom domains)
the language for non-editable project content such as:
- data collection form labels (first & last name, email, etc.)
- error messages
- project is unavailable screen
- project has ended screen
- payment or file upload successfully / unsuccessful
End date (optional)
Set a specific date and time until your project should be live. If you don't specify an end date, your project will run indefinitely until you stop it manually.
With a paid subscription, starting with Starter, you have the option to choose receiving email notifications to a specific email address for each new completed lead / participation on a certain project. This email also contains the responses and lead data of every new entry.
Remove involve.me watermark
By default a "made with involve.me" watermark line is added to every project. If you upgrade to a paid plan you can disable the watermark here. This option affects all existing and future projects in your organization.
Personal participant data (optional)
By default, involve.me saves participants' personal data together with their responses. Here you have the option to change that and save a user’s personal data separate from their individual responses. Your report will show personal data without linking it to specific responses.
In this section you can also activate prevent duplicate email entries.
Attention: by choosing this option you will not be able to match individual answers to personal data of a specific user.
Block EU users
If you operate outside of the European Union and don't want to deal with the hussle of setting up all the GDPR compliance measures, we've got you covered. When publishing a project, you have the option to block users coming from within the EU.
involve.me includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com.
Prevent duplicate email entries
Using this option you can prevent participants from submitting more than one entry for your project using the same email address.
You can add a Google Analytics tracking ID for your project. Optionally you can choose to anonymize IP addresses which are sent to Google.
Below you can set a Facebook Pixel ID that allow you to track facebook campaigns and that automatically send a "Lead" conversion event once a participant reaches the last page (only available for paid plans).
Learn more about tracking
You also find a setting to discourage search engines from indexing your project there.
Social media sharing (optional)
Fill out the information you want to be shown when your project is being shared on social media sites like Facebook. Make sure your image is above 1200x630 pixels in size. Be aware that when users share from inside an embed on your website, the sharing title, description and image form the website is used instead.
- sharing name
- sharing description
- sharing image