From Now On, 123 Forms Are Even MORE Fun & Visual!
You asked, we listened.
…and we made building visual forms easier, more intuitive, and more fun than ever.
Read on and find out more.
Easy Way to Add Images in Single and Multiple Choice Fields
Ever wanted to actually show single choice and multiple-choice field images — and do it easily?
We’ve got you.
With our new Product Update, you can now add images to each of your options on single and multiple-choice fields. And it literally takes three clicks (just take a look below).
This eliminates the hassle of workarounds and makes forms more visually appealing AND easy to manage in the back-end. Your customers and form submitters will see both the text and images on each option, and you will see exactly the file name you want to associate with the image so you can manage the collected data and orders in a seamless way.
No more image links, no more extra rules or fields needed just so you can have an image choice and a named one. Just:
- Click on your single choice or multiple choice field
- Go to “Edit Choices” in the left sidebar
- Click on the little image icon to upload images from your device.
How to use this?
Well, there’s an endless array of possibilities with this new way of adding images to your choice fields. Like, for example:
- If you run an eCommerce store, you can actually show the products on your order form
- You can use these visual multiple-choices for quizzes too, if you’re a teacher or a marketer
- If you work in marketing, product management, or customer care, you can use this type of visual choices to collect preferences or feedback
Anything else you should know?
No, not really. Just keep in mind that you can only upload files of 1 MB max, in JPG, GIF, or PNG formats. Other than that, your form buildin’ creativity (and the sky) is the limit!
Button-like Choices for a Better User Experience
Not very keen to add images to your single and multiple choice fields?
They’ll still look pretty!
With the new Product Update, your choices will look SO clickable (and all without a single line of CSS!)
We’ve added a default option to include these fancy-looking containers on all choices, but if you want to revert to the classic layout/style, you can do it easily by clicking on the field and unchecking the “Button-like” option from the left sidebar.
How to use this?
Use these button-like choices to make your forms more appealing in any use case. For instance, you can use them for event registration or booking forms, when you want to add options for dates and times in a way that makes them pop.
DO let us know if you have any questions about these new features (or anything else related to form building, really.) Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on the website chat. We’re always happy to help! 😊Load more...