The email that results from a contact form page fails to use anything meaningful in the subject (or at least body).
Current subject is "New message - <domain>". It would be best to have control over this field and pre-populate it with the Title of the page used to contain the contact form. However at least using the aforementioned title is more useful then what is there now. Of course it's a new message. what else would it be? I know who it's from by the sending email address, so why would you use this??? In the case of more than one contact form being used, no way to tell the difference. and when you get many emails a day, something with a little more guidance would be useful.
Some examples of Contact Form usage
a site may have use for multiple contact forms like I do. I don't want a user to click on a gate access request form and have to say they want a gate access request - they are already using that form.
WORKAROUND: add a field at the beginning that has a subject of what the contact is about and tell users to leave the field blank.