Create a basic form – Part 1: The pool

Choose Basic Form
The basic form builder is exactly what is sounds like: simple. It is a tool with which you can create your web form easily and quickly. In order to set up an online basic form all you need to do is create a pool of questions and determine their sequesnce in the Flow.
The Pool is the basis for this form – if you do not wish to add a flow, that’s alright – the form’s default flow (questions sequence) will derive from the pool.

Creating the pool is really simple:
1- Press on the ‘Add Question’ icon to add a question to the pool.
2- Once you have added all of your questions you can change their order. You can also edit them using or delete them.
3- Groups may also be created by choosing certain questions from the pool.
4- That’s it basically… once you finished adding questions you can save the form and use it ‘as is’. If you do so, the questions in the published form will be displayed in the order they appear in the pool. Read all about the pool.
5- If you wish to change the flow or even adding conditions, making the flow compound, you can do so in the Flow (Which I will talk about in my next post).

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The new & exciting FormLogix version presents: The basic form editor

We have just issued a new version in which we have added a new form builder editor to easily create web
forms. Why create a new editor you ask? well, the answer is simple…
1- While our original form builder is an advanced WYSIWYG tool which provides flexible design using a simple drag & drop motion, the basic form editor lets you create simple forms without having to deal with the design aspects that much.
2- In the new Basic editor all you do is construct a Pool of questions and define the Flow (sequence of questions) and the form is ready to use.
3- In the new editor you can create a basic flow by simply defining the order of questions in the pool, or you can create a compound flow which consists of several possible routes (based on the form filler’s input) – this is what we call a conditional form (an example for a conditional form: if the answer to question 1 is A than go to question 2, if it is B than go to question 3…).
It is a great tool for creating your web forms easily and quickly. It is also the ideal tool for creating surveys and polls.
Find out more about the Basic Form Editor