Multi-page forms are great to use when you need to collect a considerable amount of data from your respondents. They help form visitors feel less anxious about filling in a longer form.
In order to make your form a multipage one, you will have to add a new field New page/Page break where the page should end. The way it works is by splitting a long page into smaller sections that are easier to follow and feel less overwhelming.
Tip: This works like any other form field, you can grab it and drag it into the desired place, or click on it and add it at the end of the form.
Once you have added a New page/Page break, you will notice two changes on your form:
a) a page break element has been added
b) a pagination progress bar has been added
To customize the form pages or sections further, click on the top of the pages you have created. In the left side panel, you will find different customizations that you can bring to this feature:
a) you can choose to display the progress bar as steps (1, 2, 3 displayed as basic text), percentages (25%, 50%, 75%), or page numbers (1/4, 2/4, 3/4). Also, you can hide the progress bar
b) by default, Show page titles are enabled, but if you don’t want to have page titles, you can disable this option
c) each page can be renamed according to your needs. You will have to click on each page individually in order to modify the page title.
In order to remove a page break, hover over the space between two pages, and a button will show up, Merge pages. By clicking on it, the two pages will be merged into one.