Discord

Our direct integration makes it easier than ever to connect Discord with your forms!

Connect Discord to Paperform

  1. In the Form Editor navigate to After Submission → Integrations & Webhooks.
  2. Click on "Discord" under the heading "Direct Integrations". Choose from the list of possible actions on the dropdown list provided.

An image showing the button to add new actions for a Discord integration, which has the Discord logo and a title with the text "Discord".

  1. Click on "Add Account +" to connect your Discord account, prompting a popup window to appear requesting you log in and give permission for Paperform to connect your Discord account.

An image showing the pop-up required for connecting Discord to Paperform.

  1. Once the popup window closes, your account will be successfully connected to Paperform!

You can remove or rename your Discord account at any time in your account settings, but note this will also affect any forms using this integration connection.

Setting up an Integration Action

Our Discord direct integration is built to be flexible around your use case, so we offer a number of different actions and functions.

Below you'll find an example of how to configure one of these actions.

Send a Channel Message

This action will send a new channel message to your Discord server using the answers passed through your form submissions.

After setting up your Discord connection for the action, complete the fields presented. The list of fields and what they do can be found below;

  • Channel - The channel your new message will be created within.
  • Message - The message body.

Once you have finished configuring the action, click the "Send Test" button at the bottom to test out the action. If you're happy with the results, click "Create" to finish setting up the action. This will automatically be live for future submissions.

Considerations

Sending a Test for your action

For the "Send Test" button to work, you must have a recent submission that contains data for the fields being used in your integration action.

If you don't have a recent submission with the correct data set then you may encounter unexpected behaviors with integration action, or it may outright fail.