Now that you’ve learned the basics of 123FormBuilder Hooks, it’s time to start using them on your own forms.
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|Hook Name||Description||Parameters||Supp. Editors|
|Form.Config.RedirectLink||Allows you to alter the URL where the user is redirected after the submission||url||V1, V2|
|Form.Content.Header||Allows you to alter the form headline||content||V1, V2|
|Form.Content.HtmlBlock||Allows you to alter the HTML blocks||content||V1, V2|
|Form.Content.ThankYouMessage||Allows you to alter the message shown after form submission||content||V1, V2|
|Form.Email.All||Allows you to alter all emails sent using the forms||subject, body||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Approval.Approved||Allows you to execute your own code when an approval task is approved||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Approval.Rejected||Allows you to execute your own code when an approval task is rejected||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Approval.Send||Allows you to execute your own code when an approval task is created||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Submission.EditedByOwner||Allows you to execute your own code when the form owner or other authorized users edit a submission||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Submission.Resend||Allows you to execute your own code when a submission email is resent||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Submission.SavedForLater||Allows you to execute your own code when a submission is saved for later||–||V1, V2|
|Form.Event.Submit||Allows you to execute your own code when a form is submitted||–||V1, V2|