Add videos to the site via QForm. Attract the attention of visitors with a video about the company, an announcement of products or a presentation of a new product. Download the video, adjust the display type, specify the launch parameters and insert the widget in a few simple steps

The video image has:

  • Asynchronous loading of a video image
  • Integration with analytics
  • The ability to install anywhere on the site
  • Performance on all CMS
  • View statistics and more

We place the video widget in the modal window

Record and add a short video about the company, products, new products or promotions. This will attract attention, increase the trust of visitors, and help increase conversions and sales.

For this:

Register a QForm and add your own site
Go to the Video Widget tab to create an element

The widget setup looks like this:

Enter the name and attach the video file in the upload field. If necessary, give a description of the widget

To display in a modal window, select a vertical or circular display view for the video.
Any of them will be fixed in the lower corner in the form of a miniature
Add the CTA button: set the name, time of appearance and configure the click action
Once the settings are complete, add the widget.

Copy the code and paste it onto the site

Go to the Settings tab, open the Embed Code section, copy the script and paste it into the site inside the tag

After all the settings, a pop-up window with a video will appear on the site, fixed in the corner of the page

Start now

Create a video widget that will engage and retain the user
To begin

The advantages of a pop-up video from QForm

Works on all CMS
The widget is easy to install and correctly displayed, regardless of your site's management system
Display type
Choose how the widget will be displayed: vertically or as a square in the body of the page, or in a thumbnail opened in a modal window in the corner of the screen
Display management
Show the video immediately after the page loads, or set up an event to trigger when you click or hover over an element. If necessary, disable the replay after closing the window
CTA button
Add a button with the desired action by clicking. Send the user to a specific block on the page, redirect to another page, or open the feedback form