Form Building 101 

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The Form Builder


  1. Add content to your form, such as questions, images, and text.
  2. Your form building canvas. This is where you'll build your form.
  3. Save! Next to the Save button, you'll also see Undo and Redo buttons, and links for help.

Form Building in 8 Minutes

Become familiar with our Form Builder. Learn the basics and some of the most useful features in just a few minutes.
Note: The video below mentions form templates, which are available for all app customers. Enterprise customers will need to create or import their own templates.

Form Building 101

Form Building 101 is part of our Getting Started Webinar Series and will take you through the most useful (and most used) features in the FormAssembly Form Builder. Gain an understanding of form lingo and building usable forms. This webinar is a good fit for you if:
  • You're new to form building.
  • You're new to FormAssembly.

Form Building 201

Form Building 201 dives deeper into features of the Form Builder. Learn about building forms faster, repeatable sections, predefined content, calculations, and how to customize your form.

Form Building 301

This class covers FormAssembly's Autosuggest feature as well as how to use multiple fields to create a conditional trigger. We also discuss the basics of adding JavaScript calculations into your form to create discount code scenarios.

For those interested in more information on creating nesting formulas with JavaScript, you can check out this resource from Mozilla.

Note: The Form Building 301 video mentions that .csv files cannot be saved in the UTF-8 format, this is no longer correct. If you need to save your .csv file in a UTF-8 format (typically so that special characters and accents can be saved correctly), you can do so without issue.
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