A form step allows you to present multiple questions to the user on a single step.
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The form step has the following properties:
|Title||The large text displayed at the top.||In the last 7 days…|
|Text||The smaller descriptive text below the title.||Please answer the following questions|
|Optional||Whether the step is optional. If a step is optional, a “skip” button will appear at the bottom of the step and the user will not be required to fill out the step.||Yes
|Form Items||The questions on the form.||See below|
|Next Button Text||Overrides the default text used for the "Next" button.||Get Started, Proceed, Learn More, Join Now, etc.|
Optional note that appears at the bottom of the step. Supports Markdown formatting.
|Conditions may apply.|
Additionally, you can create any number of form items. Form items have "drag and drop" reordering to allow for easy item rearrangement. Each form item has the following properties:
|Identifier||The identifier of the form item. Responses to this question will be stored with this as the key.||
|Optional||Whether the form item is optional. Optional form items do not need to be filled out in order for the participant to proceed to the next question.||Yes
|Text||The text of the question||How much pain are you in right now?|
|Hide This Item||Whether the form item is hidden based on previous answers or participant data. See below for more details.||
If a condition is met
|Answer Format||How you would like the person to answer the question. Different answer formats have additional options. See Answer Formats.||
Hiding Form Items
You may conditionally hide a form item based on the result of a previous answer in this form or survey, participant demographic data, or custom fields.
- Select "If a condition is met" for the "Hide this item..." option.
- Select a condition and value from the drop-down menu. This example will hide the current form item if the participant answers 'yes' to a previous form item asking if they're a smoker.
- You may use the "AND," "OR," and "NOT" buttons to create more complex conditions. This example will hide the current form item if the participant is a non-smoker AND a male.