Are you asking yourself the question, How to sell wine online? How can I begin selling my wine produce through an easy to manage eCommerce store? Start better managing your wine retailer business, cellar door, or liquor store with this easy to follow tutorial on how you can create an online store with Paperform.
Head to the template page and click "use this template." If you do not have a Paperform account, you will need to sign up for a free trial first (no Credit Card details required). You also can begin a form from scratch; however, using our templates is a great way to get familiar with the form builder.
This template includes a dummy logo and header image. You can easily change or remove this by clicking on the image; above, a bar will appear with clickable icons. Click the 'picture' icon to replace the image with one of your own. If you wish to delete this particular image, click the 'X' icon. You also can change the placement and even hyperlink the image.
You can add an image, video, break, or question field anywhere on your form builder by merely clicking the area you wish to create. A small toolbar will appear on the left; from this, you can choose what you want to add to your form by clicking the corresponding icon. Similarly, to add text within your form, simply click on the area you wish and begin typing.
Furthermore, you can easily duplicate, delete, move, or configure any question fields by clicking the correlating icon found on the right-hand side of a question field.
Now that you have changed your form's basics, it is time to make the form more personal to you and your business. Your form editor's top right corner is the 'Theme' icon (colored waterdrop icon). Upon clicking this, you will enter your theme settings; from here, you can edit the form to feel more personal. Simple changes such as the font, size, and color of your text can be configured from here, while you can edit your text's appearance in more detail from the 'Typography' tab.
The look and feel of your buttons and questions can be edited from the 'UI Elements' tab, while you can change the background color and even upload a background image from this tab as well. Have a playmaking this form more personal.
This template has included a set of dummy products to showcase how the products will appear. You will want to edit the current products by entering the configuration settings. Click the cogwheel icon that sits on the product field's right-hand side. From here, click the "Products" tab to see the full list of products.
Depending on how many products you need to add, you can either use the UI to remove, modify, or add new products manually. You also can utilize the CSV export/import functionality to manage your products in a spreadsheet.
Click the 'view" button to go to the live form. Fill in the form and submit it. You can access submissions via the dashboard.
Before you can start taking payments, you'll need to select a payment source under Configure > Payments. If you don't have any payment source connected yet, you can set one up by clicking "Manage Payment Accounts" and following the prompts on one of the support payment providers (Stripe, PayPal Business, Braintree or Square).
You'll probably want to send an email to the person who submitted the form when you had received their order. You can set this up under After Submission > Emails. The process is straight forward and easy.
Now it is time to connect our form to a Google Sheet. Head over to your Google Sheets, and create a new sheet. Write column titles for all of the questions you would like to have in the sheet (e.g. Products, Name, Email, etc.).
Go to After Submission > Integrations & Webhooks, and select Google Sheets > "Add Row to Sheet". Follow the prompts to connect your Google Sheets account, and then select the appropriate sheet and map over the answers to the desired columns.
Click the "Send Test" button to test the integration with the last submission.
With the Mailchimp direct integration, it is now easy to integrate your forms and begin running targeted marketing campaigns and email newsletters. From the form editor, go to After Submissions > Integrations & Webhooks then click Mailchimp, and choose from the list of possible actions. Click the "Add Account +" Button to connect your Mailchimp account. This will open a login flow in a new window that will ask you to give permission for Paperform to connect to your Mailchimp account.
Before making your form live and begin accepting bookings from excited students, you'll want to do the following:
You're done! You can get the URL or embed code of the online order form under the form editor's Share menu.
Happy form making!