Utilize Google’s industry standard reCAPTCHA on your form. Prevent form spam and unwanted submissions while still allowing real users easy access to your form.
Easily enable reCAPTCHA to always be required, or you can let its advanced algorithms automatically handle it.
CAPTCHA is a question or checkbox that computers are unable to answer correctly, therefore increasing the likelihood that the visitor is human.
CAPTCHA is the test to tell computers and people apart and reCAPTCHA is a service provided by Google to reduce spam and bots from accessing forms.
There is a reCAPTCHA setting on the form’s Form Settings -> Security page with the options for always, auto, and off.
Google shows the green checkbox reCAPTCHA most of the time, but sometimes it needs more proof that users are human. That is when it shows the image reCAPTCHA instead.
reCAPTCHA is enabled when there’s a need for a little more security, and disabling it will increase the risk of bots submitting a large number of results. Since submitting results triggers integrations and Notification emails, disabling reCAPTCHA removes those protections. We recommend leaving the reCAPTCHA setting to ‘auto.’