How to Save Divi Contact Form Submissions into a Database
Have you ever found out that someone sent you a message via your Divi contact form and it was not delivered to you? If that message got lost somewhere somehow and it was an important one for you, you may be scratching your head. Luckily, there is a simple solution to this problem. I will explain to you in this article how it works.
First of all, you may be using a different WordPress plugin for your contact form(s), not the one that comes with Divi. If you use a plugin like, for example, Gravity Forms or WS Form, you don’t have to worry about this problem. Because premium plugins like these already come with this feature.
However, this is not the case with Divi. With the Divi theme, you will need to use a supplemental plugin in order to have this feature. I personally use Divi Contact Form DB plugin for this. This plugin is free or you can buy its premium version which costs $9/year and you can use it on an unlimited number of websites. You will also get priority email support with the premium plan.
The plugin will save all submissions from your contact form in your WordPress database. You will also be able to see them all in your WordPress admin panel. Whenever you log into your WP admin panel, you will see a notification if you have new contact form submission(s). This way you will prevent losing important messages.
Feel free to download and try out this plugin yourself (it is a paid plugin, but it is not expensive). I have been using and testing it on my Divi websites since July 2023 and it has been working without any problems.
Lastly, I’d like to highlight my two other older articles on this blog that solve other Divi contact form problems. This first one explains how to fix the problem of your Divi contact form not sending emails and the second one explains how to get rid of Divi contact form spam.
I hope you will find this Divi quick tip helpful.
WordPress expert. Divi user since 2014. I blog about WordPress and Divi, my favorite WordPress theme. When I’m not working with WordPress or writing an article for this blog, I’m probably learning Italian. You can read more about me here.