Would you like to use templates to jumpstart the form-building process? WPForms includes tons of pre-built templates you can customize.
This tutorial will show you how to use form templates in WPForms.
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Before getting started, you’ll first need to make sure WPForms is installed and activated on your site.
Note: Building your first form with WPForms? Check out our complete guide to creating new forms to help you get started.
Viewing Form Templates
WPForms makes it quick and easy to browse form templates right from the WordPress admin dashboard. To view the templates, log in to your WordPress admin area and go to WPForms » Form Templates.
This will bring you to the Form Templates screen, where you’ll see a library of all the templates available in WPForms.
To view the templates available with your license level, click Available Templates in the left side menu.
Note: Want access to more form templates? Upgrade to the WPForms Pro license level to access hundreds of templates.
To search for specific types of forms, go ahead and type keywords into the search bar on the left.
Or, if you’d like to browse the templates by category, click on the categories listed in the menu on the left.
Note: Don’t see a template in our library that fits your needs? Feel free to suggest a template idea to our team.
Previewing Form Templates
To see a preview of a form template, click on the View Demo button.
This will take you to our Form Templates Gallery, where you’ll see an interactive example of what the form template will look like and a description of everything it includes.
Selecting a Form Template
When you’ve found a form template you’d like to use, click on the Use Template button in the form template library.
Clicking the Use Template button will bring you directly to the form builder, where you can further customize your form.
Note: Curious about what each form field does? Check out our complete guide to field types to learn more.
Saving Your Favorite Form Templates
With a simple click, you can save any of the templates as a favorite. This allows you to quickly access your favorite templates for future use without searching through the template library.
To save a specific template as one of your favorites, click the heart icon.
Once you save a form as a favorite, a new “Favorites” category will be added to the list in the menu on the left. Go ahead and click Favorites to quickly access the template(s) you’ve marked as your favorite.
If you’d like to remove a form from your favorites list, click the heart icon again, removing the red background color.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the top questions we receive about our WPForms templates.
I don’t see a template for the form I want to build. What should I do?
That’s it! You now know how to use templates in WPForms.
Next, would you like to learn more about the customization options in WPForms? See our tutorial on setting up your form’s field options for all the ways you can make our form templates your own.