ReCAPTCHA is a product made by Google verifying that your form submits is made by a human being. This is done by asking a few questions that ReCAPTCHA considers only humans can answer correctly.
Enable ReCAPTCHA for your form
Enabling ReCAPTCHA is automatically enabled when creating a new form, so if you haven't disabled it for your form, it should automatically be enabled.
- Head to the edit page for your form and enter the edit mode for that form
- In the right sidebar, you'll find a toggle named "Spam protect with reCAPTCHA". Make sure it's enabled
- Done! Now to the publishing options.
reCAPTCHA doesn't work with "Code for custom styling"
When you are done editing your form you probably want to publish it on one of your web pages. The reCAPTCHA feature will not work when choosing the "Code for custom styling" -publishing option.
Why is this then?
Well, the reCAPTCHA needs some additional code to function properly on your pages and we can't guarantee that this will function properly due to reCAPTCHA restrictions.
What should I do?
Select one of the other publishing features, like "Link address" or "Embed on website".
The reCAPTCHA will always use the same language as the visitor's browsers language. This means that if your form fields use another language than the visitor's web browser, the reCAPTCHA will still use the browser language.