Jotform Apps

Jotform Apps

All elements can be added to an app in two ways: Clicking on an option in the Add Elements panel will place the element at the bottom of the app. If an element is selected, the new element will be added below the selected one. An app element...

Although these two products may appear similar at first glance, they’re completely different. With Jotform Apps, you can create your own apps in order to share several of your forms at once. Using progressive web app (PWA)...

App Status: Disable an app The default status of apps is enabled. You can change this status according to your needs. Disabled When you set an app's status to disabled, you'll see options to determine how the app should work. ...

We've made some of our form widgets available for Jotform Apps. These are static widgets that you can add to maximize the content of your app. You can add an Image Slider, Video, Map, Social Flow, or a Testimonial. In the Jotform App Builder,...

Jotform Apps allows you to create a multipage app, just like our Form Builder allows you to create multipage forms. You can use this feature in the app builder to create sections and organize elements of your app. Once you've created your...

Apps created with Jotform Apps can be shared in multiple ways. Just go to the Publish tab at the top of the App Builder to start sharing. You can share the app via a direct link, via email, or by downloading a QR code to be scanned on users'...

With Jotform Apps, you can customize the your app's name and icon. You can style your app with a custom image or by choosing from among the hundreds of available icon sets and colors. In the App Builder, go to Settings and click the App Name...

Jotform Apps allows you to create apps that function as checklists. To create a checklist app, you can add multiple forms to your app and set it to require each form to be filled out before users can move on to the next form. For example, you...

If you don't want to publish your Jotform app as a standalone app, you can embed it as an iFrame to your website or another app. Go to the Publish tab, click Embed, and click the Copy Code button to copy the iFrame codes. Since it's...