Customizing the Link
When using the "Link" option, you can edit the wording to fit what you would like the verbiage to be.
From the example above, the "Go to" wording is what will come before the link, and then the "Kids Camp" is what the recipient would click on.
You can change that verbiage to anything that makes sense based on how you're trying to share. For instance, you could completely eliminate the "Go to" wording and change the "Kids Camp" to "Sign Up Now!". Now the entire "Sign Up Now!" text will be clickable to your form.
Customizing the Embed Code
The embed code is the most customizable of the three sharing options.
You can edit the form width, the border color, the background color, and the button color to match whatever page you're embedding your form onto.
This option allows you to help your forms blend in better with your church website.
If you choose to embed your form on a website, a few items such as the Title and Description will not be brought into the embed - this allows for a better view when embedding the form on a website.