How to create a multi-step form

To create a multi-step form, first you need to create a new form, or open an already existing one so you can add more steps to it. You can start by visiting the All forms page. From there you can either choose a form you want to add more steps to, or click on the “Create form” button at the bottom of the page to create a new form. 

After you open a form, or start making a new one, look for the “Add page” button below all blocks and below the CTA. It should look like this: 

Once you click on it, a new page will be created automatically. You will then be able to enter a form heading and add form blocks. You can also move form blocks from the first to the second step by moving them manually (hover over the form block you want to move, click on the 6 dots that will appear on the left side of the block and drag the block to the second step). 

In case you want to add more steps, you can easily do so by clicking on the "Add page" button at the bottom of the step. Bear in mind that once you have created more steps, the "Add page" button will be available at the bottom of each of them. You can add as many steps as you want using any of those “Add page” buttons. 

After creating multiple steps, you can customize the logic for each step. This allows you to skip or redirect to other pages or URLs based on specific conditions you create. You can do that by clicking on the “Logic” button located at the top right corner of each step. 

You will see an overlay that shows you all available options. The first dropdown decides what will be the activity that happens after the conditions you create are met. You have the options to skip pages, jump to pages, or redirect to different URLs. 

In order to apply conditions to a question, you need to select it from the second dropdown menu called "When". Once you select a question, two additional dropdown menus will appear underneath it. These fields will allow you to choose what will determine the logic of the question when it is being answered. 

For instance, you can choose to "Skip this page" (page 2) when the answer to the "What's your name?" question (on step 1) “Is” - "Test". This means if anyone enters the value "Test" in the "What's your name?" field on step 1, they will skip step 2. There are many ways to go about this, so feel free to experiment and find the best approach that suits your needs.

That’s it! You’ve got it!

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