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Survey Form - What is best? Page breaks or collapse stopper?Asked by busops on October 16, 2014 at 07:21 PM
I am creating a multiple choice form and I am unclear which is the best method for doing this? Page breaks or collapse stopper?
Air, Hotel, Car Rental
I took a look to your form and I noticed that you have a lot of collapse fields.
Is this going to be a long form? Maybe you'll allow your users to fill your forms on different times? Like fill one section today and continue tomorrow?
Basically the collapse field is used when you need to separate each section of your form, in order to allow your submitters to know what section are they filling out.
The page separator works well when you have a long form and you want to give a better workflow to your submitters. So they can continue filling your form later and start from the last page they filled out.
Both options are good in my opinion, and mostly depends on the purpose of your form to see which option might fit best.
Please share with us a bit more about the purpose of your form, and we will be happy to help you out.
Thanks for your response and sorry for my slow response. Somehow I lost access to the site (via work) and it has be reestablished.
The purpose with this particular form is to allow the user to make a choice that will then lead to another page of information to complete.
No worries. :)
In your case, using page break will be more useful. Simply because you can create skip to page condition with page break. Meaning, you can direct users to a different page of your form depending on their answers from the previous page. E.g. If field1 (from page1) is true, skip to page5.
Here's how to create skip to page condition.
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