Formsite’s Calculation item lets form owners calculate values on online forms. These calculations use scores, prices, or entered numbers as parts of equations defined by the form owner. Many times the calculations are only part of the equation, however, and need further processing later in the form. An example would be calculating subtotals for a multi-step equation.
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Formsite online form builder gives form owners a fast and secure way to collect responses from visitors. From signup forms and order forms to complex inventory and tax forms, Formsite’s tools make it easy. Starting with a premade form, owners can customize the fields and appearance to suit their needs.
The Create New Form pages allow form owners to browse the most popular categories and review the premade form templates. These templates show example forms with sample questions and choices for quickly making new forms.
Formsite’s Save & Return feature lets form visitors create accounts and complete forms over multiple visits. We have recently published some enhancements to the Save & Return process to help modernize the feature. Another addition is the ability to use Google accounts with Save & Return to simplify saving progress.
When form owners enable the Save & Return feature, the form displays a button allowing users to create an account to save their answers. Visitors can then return to the form and log in to load the form with their previous answers prefilled.
Building online forms with Formsite’s form builder lets form owners add many kinds of fields and items. There are text fields, multiple choice questions, file upload items, and many other specialty items. The form item settings give form owners control of how the item looks and behaves.
Whether you’re new to Formsite or an experienced form builder, some items may have settings new to you. Other settings appear for many items and are self-explanatory, like the “required” setting.
Formsite’s Rules let form owners control the visibility of form items and page flow using answers to form questions. The logic settings let form owners say under what conditions items show or hide, and which page to show next. Some Rules need to check multiple answers or apply compound conditions, which adds complexity.