Form List Overview 


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Forms

The Forms page is the screen you see after logging into FormAssembly. 

From this page, you can create, clone or edit forms, view responses and build workflows. 

It also contains the Form List.


Managing Forms

Sort & Filter

You can sort forms alphabetically, by last modified, by most recent responses, by number of responses, and by tag. You can also use the search bar to find forms based on their title or form ID.


Build

A quick click takes you straight to the form builder.

Configure

Set which dates your forms are active, who gets email notifications, configure connectors and more from the Configure button.   Here's more on configuring your forms.

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Click View to see the live version of your form.  

Click Clone to create an exact copy of a form (including connectors). This can be helpful for troubleshooting or for starting from an already existing form.  It is important to note that no responses will be copied over to the cloned form.  Additionally, notification and processing settings will also not be copied over.

Form Names have a maximum character length of 255 characters for alpha/numeric characters.

Please Note: When you add special characters, the Form Name deviates from the maximum length of 255 due to width considerations in order to display the whole value fully on the Forms List page. Because of this, when using special characters there may be less than 255 characters appearing in the Forms List.

How to Clone a Form

  1. Hover your mouse over the down arrow next to configure beside the form you want to clone.
  2. The form will open up but to save the clone, you will need to click the save button before you go any further.
  3. You can change the name of the form to include the word clone or rename it completely to differentiate it from the original form.
  4. After you have clicked Save, you'll now have a clone. In Form Builder 5.0 the Save button will remain greyed out until a change has been made in the form. You can make a small change such as moving a field in and out of place if you do not wish to make any larger changes before saving the clone.

Please note:  If your form has not yet been upgraded to version 5.0, do not upgrade the cloned form until AFTER you have saved it or it will not clone.


Archive Your Forms

Archiving a form will make it no longer public, but you can still access it.  Deleting the form will erase it completely.


Creating New Forms

When you click "New Form", you will have several options to choose from. For your first form, you can dive into one of our templates or *import from Salesforce. Click New Form to create a form from scratch or even clone a previously created form.
* Depending on Salesforce plan or permissions.



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