Item Rules Example
Make dynamic forms using Rules. Item Rules can be used to conditionally show or hide items on the form based on responses to previous items. Smartly handle optional fields or branching logic by hiding items and then only showing them when needed. You can also make the form look customized to the user and how they are filling it out as they proceed. This is a great way to encourage engagement on your forms and help to collect responses. Item Rules are also a simple way to collect follow-up information across multiple items. For example, if you have an order form selling multiple items, you may only need to collect specific options for certain items. Instead of showing every option all the time, use an Item Rule to show only the options that are relevant for the items the user is purchasing. For more details see our Support page.
Page Rules Example
Make dynamic forms using Rules. Page Rules can be used to send the user through different pages of a form based on their response. Smartly handle optional fields or branching logic by grouping items onto separate pages and then use Page Rules to send the user only to the pages relevant to them. By skipping over unnecessary pages, users will be able to fill out the form customized to them. Repeating Page Rules can also be used to repeat a page based on the user’s entries. Rather than duplicating one or more items, you can add fields to a page, and then set the entire page to repeat as much as needed. This is a great way to handle registrations for families or groups. If you need to collect additional information for each member, you can easily do this in a Repeating Page and let us take care of the work. For more details see our Support page.
Same Page Rules Example
Create complex forms simply. Use our Rules features to set up forms to respond to the user’s inputs. This can be a huge help for almost any form or survey where you want to ask for targeted information. With the Rules logic you can still have a detailed form while keeping it easy for your users to fill out. By adding Rules to items on the same page, you can have items show or hide based on how the user fills out the form. This can be used to control the user’s path through the form, or present a customized list of questions. For more details see our Support page.
Repeating Pages Example
With a Repeating Page you will be able to collect detailed information easily. Set up a group of items to repeat based on how the user fills out the form. This can let you easily handle in-depth registrations and signups for multiple people, or collect information on multiple items, all in a single form. Normally this would mean you need to duplicate a lot of fields on a form, but with our Repeating Pages feature you can just set up the items once then add Rules to repeat the page as needed based on the user’s entries in the form. Once enough repetitions are collected, the user can continue through the form normally or you can send them to a new page with another Rule. You can even configure multiple pages to repeat. When you are viewing results, you will be able to see each grouping separately so that you can easily manage your data. For more details see our Support page.
Combining features can produce powerful results. Piping and Rules work together really well to allow you to make incredible forms that adapt to the user. By asking for basic information on the first page of a form, you can use Rules to dynamically control what they see next. You can hide unnecessary items or send them to a different page altogether. Once there, Piping can be used to customize what they see. You can repeat the label of a choice they’ve made to ask for more information, or smartly set default values. By using Rules and Piping together, you can treat your customers to smart forms that respond to them. Encourage responses and improve your submission rate with better forms. For more details see our Rules and Piping Support pages.
Multiple Success Pages Example
Improve customer engagement by using multiple custom Success Pages at the end of your form. With a diverse customer base you’ll likely want to show custom Success Pages, or thank you pages, to everyone who fills out your form. This example highlights how to do this by creating multiple Success Pages, and then using Rules to decide which to show users based on how they filled out the form. It’s helpful to provide meaningful feedback to your users, and you may need to show important details but only for specific customers. For more details see our Support page.
Order Multiples Example
Easily collect bulk purchase orders. Using our quantity items you can let a user purchase multiples of an item. Combine this with Rules to dynamically add on extra items. Streamline complex ordering to reduce friction for your users and safely collect large orders for your company. Being able to accept orders for multiple items all in one result allows you to simplify handling a single result per customer. All of our forms are mobile responsive so that customers can place orders with any device. We also offer industry leading security features to keep you and your customers safe. For more details see our Support and Features pages.
Billing Same As Shipping Example
Streamline your ordering process.. With this template, users can enter their shipping address details and easily select to have the same address used for billing without needing to enter the same information twice. This will help reduce friction for your users so you can collect orders painlessly. This uses Rules to show the extra fields if required, and you can customize it further for any additional fields you may need. We also offer payment integrations that can support similar functionality so you can pass through the customer’s address details to support your order process. All of our forms are mobile responsive so that customers can place orders with any device. We also offer industry leading security features to keep you and your customers safe. For more details see our Support and Features pages.
Scoring And Rules Example
Create powerful quizzes and online calculators by combining our Scoring and Rules features. You’ll be able to get input from your users and calculate totals easily. This is a great way to make a dynamic form that can tally up a score for your students or customers. Our Scoring feature will let you make online quizzes that can also automatically tally up a user’s score based on how they answered. Present multiple choice questions or even text write-in fields for the user. You can assign point values to responses or enter a list of correct answers. At the end, users can see their score, which items they got right, and even optional explanations for each question. Rules will let you create conditional logic that can be used to show or hide items, or send the user to different pages based on how they fill out the form. This can be used to control the user’s path through the form, or present a customized list of questions. For more details see our Scoring and Rules Support pages, and Features page.