Multi-page forms with page breaks
Page breaks allow you to break up long forms into multiple short form pages that form users can easily navigate using Next and Previous buttons.
Add a page break to your form
- In the Design Elements panel (left of screen), click and drag the Page Break element to the position where you want one page to end and the next to begin.
- (Optional) If you want to automatically save incomplete form responses when form users move to the next page, click the Show Advanced button and enable the auto-saving option.
- Save & Close.
- Save and View Form to view your form and try out the multi-page process.
Using conditional logic on multi-page forms
Conditional logic helps make your forms easier to use by hiding unnecessary fields and design elements until certain conditions are met.
When using conditional logic in multi-page forms, it’s important to know where the conditional logic should be applied to ensure you achieve the desired result.
How to skip an entire page using conditional logic
Apply your conditional logic to all the fields (including headings) on the page you want to hide. If conditions are not met for all fields, the page will be skipped.
How to prevent form users from proceeding to the next page
Appy your conditional logic to the Page Break element. If conditions are not met, the Next button will be disabled.
View incomplete form responses
Incomplete form responses can be found in your dashboard along with a link to view and continue the form response. To learn more, see our help article: Viewing incomplete form responses