Data analysis is a fundamental aspect of decision-making and Formsite offers powerful data tools for form owners. Results Filters stands out as a versatile means to extract valuable insights from form results. See how to use Results Filters to filter dates and numbers with the "Greater Than" and "Less Than" conditions for more informed decisions.
Formsite online forms are an integral part of data collection for form owners in all industries. To help ensure accuracy and streamline data processing, Formsite includes formatting for some input items. See more about the available number formatting options and tips for effective implementation.
Formsite officially began 25 years ago on July 11th, 1998. Since its start, Formsite has been at the forefront of simplifying form creation and data collection, empowering countless individuals and businesses to streamline their processes and elevate their online experiences.
Formsite’s feature for an embedded form makes it easy for form owners to display their forms on their own site. The embed code gives site administrators of all skill levels an easy way to copy and paste a provided code to show their forms. There are some tips and tricks that may be useful for some form owners, like showing the Save & Return signup or login form by default, and displaying the embedded form in a popup window.
Formsite form owners use Rules to show items and skip to specific pages in the form. These Rules use one or more conditions to return a “true” value, then the action in the rule gets applied. Sometimes form owners need complex rules that check multiple answers or compound AND/OR conditions. Two methods to trigger these complex rules are using Hidden Field items and Scoring.
Formsite payment processors allow form owners to collect payments with online forms. The payment integrations allow forms to connect to their account at the payment processor to collect payments. Let’s compare payment processors to see the differences to help decide which one is right for you.
Formsite’s Save & Return function lets form owners allow users to complete the form over multiple visits. By creating an account, form visitors save their answers and log in later to pick up where they left off. The Save & Return signup or login pages show separately based on each user’s need.
Formsite form results show the contents for every new form submission. Some forms have few items and are quick to complete, while others take more time. Result timestamps get saved as part of every result’s details, but why are there more than one? Can they be useful for something?
Formsite account owners receive regular emails about the status of the account and forms. With higher service levels, Sub-users get added to help administer various parts of the account. The Admin Sub-users frequently manage forms and results, plus account level settings like limits and other Sub-users. As a result, Admin Sub-users now receive account alert emails for most account related messages.
Formsite form owners have the ability to enable Save & Return to let visitors save their progress. Returning visitors log in to the form from the login page, reached at its direct link or from the settings page. Recently added is the ability to use Google or Microsoft accounts to log in to each form, making the log in process much easier. The Save and Return item allows for optional logging in but doesn’t always need to appear on the form.