The \”On Submit, Go to\” button on Clickfunnels is a pretty easy concept to understand. When you add this to your web forms, you can basically guarantee that your users will be taken to a new page as soon as they hit the “submit” button. It’s a very hands-off, one-click kind of button.

This button is useful for getting people to subscribe to a newsletter, filling out a form, or ordering a product. It’s usually used to move people to another part of a website or to another site altogether. When you use this button, you don’t necessarily want to show them the whole page they’re on. You want to keep them interested and engaged while they’re on your site.

Keep Them Interested

The biggest thing that the \”On Submit, Go to\” button does is keep your users interested. When you have a lot going on within a web page – like a form with a lot of fields or a long list of products – it can be pretty difficult to keep the user’s attention focused on everything happening within the page. You can do this with a little bit of design, but oftentimes you just need something to grab their attention.

The \”On Submit, Go to\” button is a great place to do this. On a simple form with just a couple of fields and a \”submit\” button, it’s fairly easy to keep the user’s interest by placing this button at the top of the form. When they hit the button, they know exactly what will happen next.

This reduces the cognitive load on the user. When you reduce the load on your users, you increase their engagement. It’s a simple but vital principle in improving the user experience.

Make It Easy To Find

Another important thing that the \”On Submit, Go to\” button does is make it easy for your users to find what they’re looking for. When someone comes to your website looking for information on, say, fashion, and your website contains a lot of information on, say, food, you don’t necessarily want to show them everything. You want to guide them to the information that they’re looking for.

It’s very easy to do this with the \”On Submit, Go to\” button. When someone is on your website and they want to find a product that will fit their needs, all they have to do is type in what they are looking for into the search bar at the top of the page. This will then show them a list of articles that match their search query. From there, they can easily navigate to the article or page that has the information they are searching for.

If, for some reason, they couldn’t find what they were looking for in the article, they can click on the \”more\” link alongside it and see other suggestions for articles that might match what they’re looking for. This is a huge timesaver for your users and makes them much more likely to come back for more – hopefully, one day, they’ll become actual paying customers!

Navigate Them To A Different Location

The \”On Submit, Go to\” button is also very useful for navigating your users to a different location on your site. This might be to another part of the site that’s relevant to what they’re looking for or it could be to another page entirely. The possibilities are endless.

Usually, you want to direct them to another part of the site when they use this button. You do this with a couple of lines of code within the page where they came from. For example, on a form with an \”on submit, go to\” button, you would add a couple of lines that redirect the user to another page within the site. In this way, you reduce the \”load\” on the user by taking them to a new location that’s relevant to what they’re looking for. The new page might have more information or it might just be a simple \”thank you\” page that says that you’ve received their submission.

This is a great way to add a little extra value to your site while not being too intrusive. If someone is on your site and they want to order something, you can direct them to a specific page where they can do this. If you’ve added up enough value on your site and they find what they’re looking for easily, they’re more than likely to continue using and benefitting from your site.

Reduce Sign-ups From Spam

One of the things that you don’t want to do is get too many signs-ups from spam. When someone submits a sign-up form and provides you with a fake email address, it takes you out of the game. You can’t do anything with the email address because it’s probably not valid. You’ll just waste your time sending out the spam emails and eventually, you’ll get blocked by the server as a spammer.

The best thing that you can do for your users (and, ultimately, yourself) is to avoid this. You can do this by simply adding a \”verification\” step to your sign-up process. When a user submits their sign-up form, they will be presented with a verification pop-up or warning message. This way, you ensure that the email address is, in fact, valid and the user isn’t just trying to sign up with a fake email. You can use a free service like Google’s reCAPTCHA to easily add an extra step to your sign-up form.

This verification step avoids the risk of spam and improves the user experience. Instead of just blindly adding up a bunch of email addresses and hitting the \”submit\” button, users will now have to prove that they’re not a robot by entering a code that’s displayed in the warning message. When the code is correct, the warning message disappears and they can continue to use their email address to sign up for your site or service.

Avoid Unnecessary Animations

There’s no need to create unnecessary animations that drain your users’ battery. Sometimes, it’s difficult to tell what’s going on within a page without the aid of animations. However, when these animations are unnecessary, they can seriously hurt your user experience. When you apply this to your site, you’ll see that the load times are much higher and the user experience is less satisfactory. Create only those animations that are necessary and add value to the user’s experience.

To be able to add value to your user’s experience, you need to put yourself in their shoes. Try imagining that you’re a user and you’re on your phone’s web browser. You want to navigate to a site that you’ve heard or read about, but you’ve never been to. Do you want to follow all of the advice that’s been laid out for you or do you want to find the information that you’re looking for quickly?

Usually, people want to find the information as quickly as possible. This is why so many websites use quick shortcuts and animations to move the user quickly through what they’re looking for. When you’re creating your own website or ordering food online, you don’t necessarily need this extra step. Use your instincts as a web designer and UX researcher to add this extra step only when it’s truly needed.