Users may feel annoyed or get bored by a form that asks them too much info all at once. To boost conversion rates on your longer forms and improve user experience, you can create a multi-page (also known as multi-step) form in Woorise and break your form’s parts up into easier to digest sections.
Multi-page forms are forms with multiple questions that are broken up by separate pages or sections. When more information is needed, a multi-page form can improve conversion rates while still allowing you to ask as many questions as needed.
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Create Multi-Page Forms
Woorise allows you to easily create multi-page forms for all paid plans using the Page field.
- Select the campaign you want and Navigate to the Form page.
- From the Standard Fields section drag and drop the Page field in the form editing area. The following three sections will be created START PAGING, PAGE BREAK and END PAGING.
- To create more pages simply hover the PAGE BREAK field and click on the Duplicate button. Move the fields or add new fields inside the sections to make them appear in the page/step you want.
Multi-Page Field Settings
By clicking on the START PAGING, PAGE BREAK or on the END PAGING field different options are available.
START PAGING field includes options to customize the progress bar, set colors, page names or disable the progress bar completely.
PAGE BREAK field allows you to change the text for previous and next button and also enable conditional logic for the whole page or/and the next button. By setting conditional logic on the PAGE BREAK field allows you to show or skip the whole page section based on other fields in the form.
END PAGING field allows you to enter the text for the previous button.
Automatically Move to the Next Page
To improve user experience you can allow users to automatically move to the next page when questions required a single answer such as radio buttons or dropdown fields.
When a Page field added in the form a new option “Automatically move to the next page” will be available in the Advanced section for radio buttons and dropdown fields. If the option is checked users will automatically move to the next page after choosing their answer. Note that this feature will work better for one question per page.