A contact form is a great way to offer your readers the ability to get in touch, without giving out your personal email address.
Creating a contact form
You can add a contact form to any post or page that you want. To create one, click the contact form icon above the post editor.
A popup will appear allowing you to add, edit, and reorder the fields you want in the contact form.
You can also customize the email address to which the contact form sends. In addition to receiving an email for each contact form response, all responses will be listed in the Feedbacks section of your WordPress Admin. Check out the gallery below for more details.
And if you have the Akismet plugin installed and activated and with an active subscription, every form submission will be checked for spam.
Add redirections and HTML email templates to the contact Form
When you submit a form, Jetpack will display a message to let you know that your message was successfully submitted. If you want to redirect to another page instead, you can install this Jetpack add-on on your site:
42U Jetpack Booster.
Customize the contact form
Once you’ve inserted a contact form into one of your posts or pages, you can customize the title of the Submit button by adding a
submit_button_text parameter to the shortcode, like so:
[contact-form submit_button_text='YOUR CUSTOM SUBMIT BUTTON TEXT HERE'][contact-field label='Name' type='name' required='1'/][contact-field label='Email' type='email' required='1'/][contact-field label='Website' type='url'/][contact-field label='Comment' type='textarea' required='1'/][/contact-form]