You can create rules to build a dynamic form that can show and hide fields, skip pages, and show custom confirmation messages based on what people select or type when filling out your form.
Edit the Submit, Next, and Previous buttons on your form, change button styles using custom CSS, and learn what to do if the Submit button is missing on your embedded form.
Wufoo provides lots of pre-written sets of answer choices (available in English only) that you can add to Multiple Choice or Dropdown fields to save you time. You can also add your own predefined answer choices in bulk by copying and pasting a list of your choices, separated by line breaks.
Get the most out of Wufoo! Learn the basics and find links to related documentation for each section.
By default, Wufoo forms have one page, but you can add Page Breaks to your form to introduce pagination and break up your form into smaller steps or sections.
Form Names are the first impression people get of your form. They help you keep track of your forms on the Forms page, and they determine the URL ending of the Title Links to your form. Descriptions are a block of text that display under the Form Name. They're useful for giving an introduction to your form.
When you change the language of your form, we automatically display translations for the default text in your form. You can change the form language under the Form Settings tab.
The Form Builder is where you can add fields to your form, adjust the settings for each field, and configure some form-wide settings. Watch our video on how to use the Form Builder, and get links to more documentation on how to use each section.
How to add, delete, duplicate, or reorder fields on your form. You can add a maximum of approximately 100 fields to one form.