Every Feedback form in Feedier has its own unique link (URL). The link redirects to the form and can be used to get feedback. Every user having access to the link could potentially be a participant and give their feedback.



1. Get the form’s link


The link can be accessed from two locations:

- From the forms listing page, click on the link that’s showing on of any the forms that you’d like to share


 - From the Form Builder, click on the Share icon on the left, you will be directed to the sharing page where you can copy the link 



Note:

The Preview link can be used to test the form. Nothing will be saved or recorded. Do not share the preview link externally.



2. Adding Context Attributes to the form link

If you are sending this to a group of individuals, you can add their meta data directly onto the form URL, click on 'New Context Attribute' to get started.


Using this link addition of ?Department=Marketing will save the context attribute 'Department=Marketing' for future feedback analysis.



3. Changing the form link

The form’s link can be edited and changed. The part that is changeable is the “slug” (fdier.co/{slug}). To change the domain, fdier.co, please see the next section.

- In the form builder, click on the “options” icon and then “Form’s advanced settings”


- Scroll down until you find “Change your form slug” and customize the link



4. Custom domain


Feedier lets you edit the domain part of the URL to have your own domain. For example, feedback.company.com would display the Feedier form. This happens in the same location as Figure 2 (previous section)

Make sure you include the https:// prefix in the box.
Example: https://feedback.yourdomain.com 


  • On your DNS manager, create a new CNAME record from your custom domain to –> http://feedier.linj.clearalias.com/ 
  • The magic will happen in the next couple of minutes, if it does not. After 6-12 hours, please contact us.


Example of a Google Domain

Follow these steps: 

With the above configuration, https://feedback.yourdomain.com will point to the form, no trailing path after the .com.


Using the same (sub)domain for several Feedback forms

If you want to use the same subdomain for several Forms, eg. feedback.mycompany.com/form-1, feedback.mycompany.com/form-2, feedback.mycompany.com/form-3, it’s also possible. 

You just have to add the trailing path in the custom domain box, and it will work like a charm