Adding page breaks to your form is relatively easy but it’s important to know when or where to use them while creating a multi-page form. Some like to use them in job applications, and some use them in surveys. Teachers use them in quizzes, and organizers use them in event registrations.
There are two ways to create page breaks for your form. One is by using the Page Break element found in the left panel.
The other is by clicking the Add New Page Here found at the bottom of the form.
One of the most important benefits of using page breaks is that they shorten your forms dramatically. We all know visitors don’t want to scroll too much and they want to fill out forms as quickly as possible.
Here are some insights we gathered using page breaks:
- Page breaks decreases the exit rate of forms drastically.
- Forms appear much shorter.
- Embedded forms fit better on sites without changing the overall design.
- Page breaks help divide the form into logical sections.
- Forms look so much easier to fill out for busy people.
That’s about it for the importance of page breaks, and if you want to see page breaks in the action, check out this trivia quiz from the form templates gallery.