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Hooray for our Facebook application!


The 123ContactForm application for Facebook has gathered over 10.000 users and hundreds of Likes in only 6 weeks. Since its launching on June 3rd, it has become the easiest way of publishing web forms on Facebook pages.

With the 123ContactForm Facebook integration, posting contact forms, order forms, event registrations, surveys or any other type of web forms on your Facebook pages means: selecting the form you want to publish + choosing the page where you want it posted + pressing Add. Yes, it is a 1-2-3 thing.


We’re very happy that you like our Facebook integration and even happier that the application can contribute to the success of your projects. So stay tuned! 123ContactForm has always got wonderful new features on the way.

Alexandra Draghici
Alexandra Draghici
is the Project Manager of 123ContactForm. She tracks our project development and acts as a link between departments. Alexandra likes web technologies and teaching online and offline.


  1. Renee says:

    HI! Why can’t I access my form through my facebook account even if I already allowed 123contactform to access my account? Whenever I go to 123contactform application, it just only says “All your Facebook pages are associated with a form”. On the video tutorial it shows there a dropdown menu wherein you can choose forms that you created. I already created 1 form and still couldn’t see it. Hoping that you could help me on this. Thank you very much and more power!

  2. Ryn says:

    Hi, I have experience a difficulty also. I have click ‘Like’ to your apps and about to place the form to my page but it keeps bringing me back to ‘Add a form to a Facebook page’. Please help.

  3. Ryn says:

    The apps somehow is not in my Page apps list. Why is that?

  4. Alexandra says:

    When in your Apps section (after pressing Edit Page and selecting Apps), type ‘123ContactForm Application’ in the search box at page top. Click on it, then press Go to App on the application page.

  5. Ryn says:

    An error occured saying ‘To access this page, you’ll need to switch from using Facebook as your page to using Facebook as yourself.’ I can’t access the apps if I’m using page right? Though I use my own Facebook still that problem occurs.

    • Alexandra says:

      Some time ago, Facebook introduced the option of creating and managing your FB pages without accessing – or even having – a FB profile. Be sure to do the following steps: log out from Facebook (both personal and page account); log in to your personal FB account; click on your page tab (left menu); press Edit Page; and then the same as before: Apps (left menu) and Edit Settings for the 123ContactForm application (or search for it in the top page box).

      If this still doesn’t work, please open a support ticket.

  6. Ryn says:

    –‘ Still it doesn’t work. It still bring me back to ‘Add a form to a Facebook page’. Perhaps from this link you may know what’s the error about : http://www.123contactform.com/facebookcanvas.php?session={%22session_key%22%3A%222.AQCA7x6ANyW3vaU-.3600.1311685200.0-1506633938%22%2C%22uid%22%3A%221506633938%22%2C%22expires%22%3A1311685200%2C%22secret%22%3A%22W_tE0r37mdSbwIemEkyCOQ__%22%2C%22base_domain%22%3A%22123contactform.com%22%2C%22access_token%22%3A%22206429986046631|2.AQCA7x6ANyW3vaU-.3600.1311685200.0-1506633938|wIfag4Zt-E-TIiLU5_wog-FNDnY%22%2C%22sig%22%3A%2295b9367565424b4d0bfe7da7f1956d12%22}.

  7. Ryn says:

    Alexandra, I manage to add it to my page it already. Thanks by the way 🙂

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