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Create a Form

How Forms Work

Our form editor allows users to build customized forms tailored to specific needs, use case, and brand. In this guide, we'll explore how forms work in Formberry and how you can create, edit and organize them. 🚀

Creating a Form

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to create a form:
Access Formberry
Log in to your Formberry account to access the dashboard.
Create a New Form
In your preferred workspace, click the "Create New Form" button. ⭐️
Choose a Form Template (Optional)
You can select from a range of pre-designed form templates to kickstart your project. Alternatively, start with a blank form for full customization.
Add Form Components
Using the intuitive drag-and-drop interface, add form components such as text fields, checkboxes, and more. Customize each component's properties, including labels, validation rules, and placeholders. 🫐
Arrange and Format
Organize the form layout by arranging components as desired. Customize the form's appearance by selecting fonts, colors, and styling options.
Configure Settings
Set up form-specific settings, including notifications, and submission behavior. Define actions to be taken upon form submission, such as sending confirmation emails or redirecting users to specific pages. ⚙️
Preview and Test
Before publishing, thoroughly test your form to ensure it functions as intended. Use the preview feature to see how it will appear to users.
Publish Your Form
Once satisfied with your form, click the "Publish" or "Save" button to make it live. You'll receive a unique form URL that you can share with your audience, or you can embed on your website in a variety of formats. 📎

Organizing Your Forms

Here are some tips on organizing your forms when managing multiple projects or clients within Formberry:
Create a dedicated workspace for Your Forms: Use workspaces to categorize forms by project, department, or client. This helps you keep related forms together and simplifies navigation.
Give your form a descriptive name: Give your forms descriptive names that reflect their purpose or content. Clear names make it easier to find specific forms later.
Delete old forms: Delete forms that are no longer in use to keep your form list concise and organized.
Permissions: If you collaborate with team members or clients, set permissions accordingly. Formberry allows you to control who can view, edit, or manage each form. 👥