Capture customer attention with full page forms

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Platform news
November 14, 2022
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You can do a lot with signup forms, like grow your marketing list, gather more customer data, and drive conversions. But partial page forms can have lower submission rates. 

We’re excited to announce that you can now capture more attention, with full page signup forms. 

Maximize screen real estate on desktop and mobile

Popups and flyouts are traditionally considered to be non-invasive ways to capture shoppers’ attention. They generally don’t disrupt the browsing experience on your site, as they don’t take up much space on the screen. Maybe you have an important offer that needs to be seen – like a new product drop – or perhaps you’re looking for new ways to experiment with improving list growth. Get your audience’s attention with signup forms that fill their entire browser. 

Setting up a full page form is simple. In the form builder, select the Full Page setting under the Styles section and continue designing your form. If you’re running low on time or need design inspiration, you can check out our premade full page form templates in our signup form library. 

Select the full page setting in the Styles tab.
View the form library for full page form templates.

Get started with full page forms today!

Shoshana Antunes
Senior product marketing manager
Shoshana Antunes is a senior product marketing manager at Klaviyo, focused on the platform’s email and review products. She is passionate about supporting SMBs and believes they are the heartbeat of communities, and offer the ability to create generational wealth for business owners and their families. She’s spent the last 6 years in tech and 8 years in marketing working to improve experiences and processes for small businesses. Outside of work, she often has her head in a book, working toward her goal of reading 30 books in 2024. She also (mostly) enjoys doing DIY projects for her fixer upper, though she says she isn’t particularly handy. Shoshana has her MBA from Boston University.