Gleam has the ability to capture additional information from your users via Custom Fields when entering a contest or redeeming a reward. These custom fields are incredibly flexible & powerful, they are currently available to customers on the Business plan.
Applications that support Custom Fields:
We have a number of preset fields that you can add by clicking the Add Field button. You can also drag and drop the fields to change the ordering (which includes dragging above the Full Name and Email field).
Ask users to submit their address
Ask users to submit their phone number
Ask US or Canadian users to submit their Zip code
Ask users to submit their Postcode
|Terms & Conditions||
Require users to agree to the widget terms and conditions. You can also link to an external terms and conditions (on your own site)
Allow users to enter their state. Has prefilled states for US, UK, Canada & Australia
Ask users to enter their country from a dropdown.
Ask users for their job title
Ask users for their company name
Ask a question from users before they signup. For example How did you hear about us?
This option allows you to split your fields across multiple screens. Good if your data spans different categories or themes.
You can also add your own complete custom fields which opens up endless possibilities for data collection.
|Date of Birth|
Inside each custom field you have a number of options that can be configured.
This is the label on the field, normall describes to the user what you want to capture.
Each form element can have placeholder instructions inside it.
A hint will appear below the label to give additional information to users.
Allows you to add some instructions before the field.
Allows you to add some instructions after the field.
Allows you to have multiple options for Select or Large Select fields.
This will automatically default to one of the Options.
This allows you to make one list that is dependant on another. It'll stay hidden until the first list has been selected.
Pattern allows you to use REGEX patterns to validate the input on the field. This should only be used by users that are able to write regular expressions.
Required is always on by default for each field. It requires that a particular field is complete before allowing the user to continue. You can turn this off with this checkbox.
Specify a maximum number of characters for a field.
It is also possible to show the custom fields first, by forcing "Login First" with email only or by making a single action mandatory.
Below is an example contest with all the different types of custom fields setup that we support.