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How to make my form mobile responsive?Asked by glc702 on September 06, 2016 at 06:36 AM
I'm embedding a form on a website, but the form doesn't seem to fit on mobile screens. I was wondering if there's a way to get forms to completely show on mobile devices? Or if you have any suggestions how I can use a form on a mobile screen?
Thank you for your time...
Mobile devices responsive form
As I checked your form, it is not mobile responsive. If you enable " make this form responsive" option, it will appear more user-friendly. How to do it, please follow below steps:
1. Go to " My forms " page
2. Click Form>> Edit
3. Click " Designer" >> " Advanced Designer"
4. Click " Form Layout"
5. Enable " Make This Form Mobile Responsive"
After following above steps, your form will be seen as below.
If you need any further assistance by our side, please let us know.
I checked "make this form responsive", and I'm still having trouble
viewing the embedded form on a mobile device:
Any other suggestions?
Please try to add Mobile Responsive Widget to your form:
I cloned your form and tested it, worked fine on my phone.
Please try and let us know how it works for you.
I'm still having problems viewing the whole page. It gets cut off. I'm
using Safari on an iPhone if that helps. Here's the page with the
I also tried looking at the form as it's own page:
And the time is cut off
I suppose I can use a different time element, but I would much rather
embed the form on our website, versus linking to the form page, so I
hope there's a solution...
Please ignore my last reply. I completely misread your email. Forms
look great with the Mobile Responsive Widget...
Thanks for your help...