How to Create a Multi Step Form in WordPress (Without Code)

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Want to create a multi step form in WordPress?

Splitting a form into multiple pages helps increase engagement and improve the user experience, all while fighting form fatigue.

In this article, we’ll show you how to create a multi step (or multi page) form in WordPress.

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How to Create a Multi Step Form in WordPress

We’ve also created a video describing all the instructions you need to follow to create a multi step form in WordPress.

However, if you prefer written instructions, continue reading below and use our handy table of contents to navigate the guide.

Step 1: Install a Multi Step Form Builder

The first thing you’ll need to do is install and activate WPForms, which is the best multi step form builder for WordPress.

WPForms home

For more details on how to set up this plugin, see this step-by-step guide on how to install a plugin in WordPress.

Step 2: Create a New Form and Add Fields

Now, let’s create your multi-step form in WordPress. From your dashboard, go to WPForms » Add New to create a new form.

wpforms add new form

On the setup screen, name your form and select the template you want to use, depending on the type of form you’re creating.

We will choose the Simple Contact Form and then click the Use Template button to save time and get started with adding fields to our form.

choose simple contact form

While in the form builder, you can add additional fields to your contact form by dragging them from the left-hand panel to the right-hand panel.

contact form template

With the simple contact form template, you’ll already have the Name, Email, and Comment or Message form fields.

Click on any of the form fields to make changes. Now, let’s take a look at how to split your form into multiple parts.

Step 3: Add Page Break Field Into Your Form

Once you’ve added and customized all the form fields on your form, you need to add the Page Break form field to your site.

Each time you add a Page Break, the form will split, and a new page will be created. Place the field where you want the form to split.

To start splitting your form, drag the Page Break form field, found under Fancy Fields, from the left-hand panel to the right-hand panel.

Osama Tahir, Senior Writer at WPForms

“💡 Pro Tip: Use logical sections for Page Breaks for an intuitive and frictionless user experience. For example, group personal information on one page, preferences on another, and detailed questions on the final page to avoid overwhelming users.”

-Osama Tahir, Senior Writer at WPForms

Do this again if you want to create another page. You can create 2-step forms and go as high as you need to.

But remember not to overwhelm your users. Only collect the information you need. You can always gather more information later.

Once you’re done, you can customize the multi-page progress bar to increase the form’s user-friendliness.

Step 4: Customize the Multi-Page Form Progress Bar

Based on your needs, you might want to show a progress indicator on your form to let users know about the different sections of your form.

This way, they always know where they’re at on your form and how much they have left to fill out before clicking Submit.

To make things super easy on you, WPForms comes with three different breadcrumb-style indicator bars for your multi-step forms:

  1. Connectors: shows a connecting bar and page titles of each part of your form.
  2. Circles: shows one circle and page title per page on your multi-step form.
  3. Progress Bar: indicates the progress of the form as the user fills it out.

To customize the progress bar and page title of the first page of your multi step form, click on the First Page break section.

A new panel will appear in the preview pane. From here, you can:

  • Choose the type of Progress Indicator you want
  • Change the Page Indicator Color through a color picker tool
  • Change the page title so users know which part of the form they’re on if you choose the Circles or Connectors option.

customize progress indicator

💬 Pro Tip: A progress bar with clear labels can significantly reduce form abandonment and set proper expectations from the get-go. Use it smartly!

To customize the next page title and the button taking site visitors to the next page on your form, click on the Page Break section you created.

customize next page

You can also toggle on the feature that lets you show site visitors a Previous page button. This way they can return to the previous page of your form if they need to.

previous page customization

When you do this, you’ll have the chance to change the text using the button. Once you’re done creating all of your page breaks, click Save.

Step 5: Customize Notifications & Confirmations

Configuring notifications for a multi step form is really. Just navigate to the Notifications option from the Settings tab on the left of the form builder.

notification settings wpforms

You can edit the default notification settings, such as the subject line, or change recipient emails as needed from here.

multi step form notification

If you use Smart Tags, you can also notify the user’s email address when they submit a form, letting them know you received it and will be in contact shortly.

This is especially true for multi-page forms in WordPress. For help with this step, check out our documentation on how to set up form notifications in WordPress.

Once done, simply navigate to Confirmations in the Settings menu to set up responses for successful form submissions.

confirmation settings

Just click on the Confirmation Type dropdown and select one of the three options as per your preference.

confirmation message multi step form

You can easily edit the success message and inform customers about the next steps. For help with other confirmation types, see our documentation on setting up form confirmations.

Step 6: Add the Multi Step Form to Your WordPress Website

WPForms lets you add your forms to multiple places on your website including your pages, blog posts, and sidebar widgets.

Let’s take a look at the most common placement option: page/post embedding.To begin, click the Embed button at the top of the form builder.

Embed form

You can choose to publish the form on an existing page or create a new page, after which you’ll be redirected to the WordPress block editor.

Embed form in new page

Then, pick a name for the page where you want to embed your form and click on the Let’s Go button.

Name your page

Immediately, you’ll now see the WordPress block editor open. Your multi-part form will already be embedded inside.

Now, you can either publish this page directly to launch your form or try making some styling changes to give it extra oomph.

Using a well-styled form is a good practice to make it stand out and grab the visitor’s attention. And WPForms makes it incredibly easy to do that.

Simply click on the area around the embedded form in the page editor to open a new panel on the right. Here, you’ll find all the basic and advanced styling options for WPForms.

To make quick work of styling your form, you can select a ready-made theme under the Form Theme section. In this example, I’m using the Frost theme (which is one of my favorites).

Frost theme

Feel free to try other themes; you’ve got lots of options. If you like experimenting directly, you can also manually customize different elements of the form more precisely.

When you’re ready to go ahead, click on the Publish button, and your multi-step WordPress form will be live!

Publish form

Here’s how my form appears on the frontend after publication.

Multi part form published

Pretty neat, right?

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And there you have it! You now know how to create a multi-step form in WordPress, and you can start improving your user experience and conversion rate right away.

FAQs on Multi Step Forms

Multi step forms are a popular topic among our readers. Here are a few commonly asked questions we get asked about them.

What is a multi-step form?

A multi step form reduces fatigue for the user filling out the form. When you have a large number of fields in a single long-form, users are much more likely to abandon their entries midway.

Sometimes, multi-step forms are called multi-page forms. Either way, they mean your form is split into smaller chunks, and they have elements like a progress bar that help users see that they’re getting closer to finishing the form.

In fact, research shows that having more than 3 form fields on a single page can reduce your conversion rate.

As a real example, we can take After splitting what was once a single-step landing page form into multiple steps, they actually saw 53% of site visitors converted to subscribers.

increase form conversion rate

Here are some more reasons to consider creating a multi step form in WordPress:

  • Encourage focus: By grouping similar form questions together, you can break down information into areas of focus for the user.
  • Reduce form abandonment: Users will be more likely to complete the information you are requesting when it’s broken down into pages rather than presented as one long form.
  • Collect only what you need: You can have a WordPress multi step form with conditional fields using Conditional Logic. Show different pages of the form based on which answers users provide.

Will a multi-step form slow down my website?

Multi-step forms created using WPForms are highly responsive and optimized to have no effect on your page speed.

As a result, they won’t slow down your website, whether you’re using classic multi-step forms or the more modern multi-page lead forms designed to boost conversions.

However, we can’t guarantee how your page speed will be affected if you’re using contact form plugins other than WPForms.

When should I use a multi-step form?

You should multi-step forms to shorten the length of a complex form. While there’s no general rule for when it’s ideal to use a multi-step form, it’s a decision that should be made after measuring the performance of your form.

If you have a fairly long form and the abandonment rate is high, then splitting your form into multiple steps should be one of the first things to try.

Which types of forms convert vetter in the multi-step layout?

The multi-step layout is excellent for a form that’s long and requires considerable detail from the respondent.

Some common types of forms that you may want to consider using the multi-step layout for include job application forms, detailed surveys, checkout forms, and customer support forms.

How Do I Create a Multi-Step Form in Elementor?

The process is very similar! Check out our guide on how to create a multi step form in Elementor.

Next, Check Out Some Multi Step Form Examples

If you’re looking for some multi-page form inspiration, check out this roundup of multi step form examples.

And if you’re looking for more WordPress plugins that make your site easier to use, take a look at these roundups:

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  1. I am unable to figure out the Progress Bar. When I click on the first Page Break, I get no options for a progress bar.

    1. Hi Joseph! You can select your options for the Progress Bar by clicking on the first page break section, as shown here:

      select multi page style options

      But I think you’re right, it would be a good idea to have those options when you click Page Break, too. Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll bring it up with the developers 🙂

  2. Question:

    Can you “navigate” to the different ‘pages’ of the form – by setting up links in a sidebar or top or bottom?

    1. Good question! Unfortunately that’s not possible at this time, but it’s a great idea – I’ll pass it along to our developers. Thank you! You can subscribe to our weekly newsletter (using the form in the sidebar or at the bottom of this page) if you’d like to be alerted when new features are released.

    2. Will be nice to get a notification or message for each part completed. In other words, if the customer gives up on the second part, at least we get the info he filled out on part 1.

      1. Hi Luis!
        You can achieve this partly, buy using our Form Abandonment addon. It can send you abandonment email notifications once a user gives up and close the browser tab with the form or has moved to a different browser tab.
        I hope this helps.
        Have a good one 🙂

  3. For long, multi-page forms, it would be great if it was possible for the user to be able to return to complete a partially completed form at a later time.

    1. Hi Moiz,

      While we aren’t able to export directly to an Excel file, we offer a CSV export option where you can easily export all entries for a form at once. Here’s our tutorial on CSV exports, which shares how this works in a bit more detail.

      From there, you can open the CSV with a spreadsheet program like Excel and convert the file to a different format if you’d like.

      I hope this helps! If you have more questions about CSVs or anything else, please let us know 🙂

  4. Hi, I would love to be able to use your plugin but cannot afford the pro or agency price plans. I was wondering is there a way with the $39 a year version to add the paypal or stripe features along with being able to break the form into a multiple page form that functions greatly like I saw in a demo video at this price point? If not…Are there any payment plans as I am disabled and on a fixed income and cannot afford these prices all at one time, per year. Thanks

    1. Hi Don,

      No problem — all multi-page functionality, like what’s described in this tutorial, is included in any paid license level.

      I hope that helps! If you have any questions, please let us know 🙂

      1. Hi,

        I want to use your plugin but first I have to make clear my requirement.
        I need one email field but user must add unique email id. I mean if email exist in database then there will be the error
        I need two page foem, means after filling first page data user will redirect to second link then they submit the form and it will email the admin and user along with data which user filled in previous page .

        Please let me know as soon as possible so that I buy it.


  5. HI,

    I think that your plugin may resolve my problems, but I have some questions before buying it. With your Basic pricing plan is possible made a Multi Step Form with required inputs that prevent the user see the next step before fill these same inputs? Other thing, is that possible submit the form of current step by instead the submit only in the end? What I want is collect the data from the user step by step to prevent lost the tracking of him in case of the user only fill one of the steps.

    Please let me know as soon as possible.


    1. Hi Luis,

      Sure, to prevent the user from moving forward without completing a page, you’d just need to require those fields. When fields are required, the user isn’t allowed to proceed to the next page until those fields have been completed (they’ll see validation messages, like thost shown here).

      Though we don’t currently have a way to submit the form each time the user goes to a new form page, we do have a tool to capture entries that aren’t completed: our Form Abandonment addon. When used, this will capture entries even if the user doesn’t submit the form.

      If you have any other questions or would like more details, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help! 🙂

  6. Hello, I was wondering how to change the “Step” text. For example in the progress bar option you could have Page Title – Step 1 of 3. But how can I change the word “Step” to something else like “Question”.

    1. Hi Mark,

      We don’t currently have a built-in way to change this text. However, you could consider using a string replacement plugin such as Say What. More often used for translations, this plugin will let you replace chunks of text like this. I can’t say I tried it while keeping English (only to switch to a different language), but that’s what I’d suggest looking into.

      I hope this helps! If you have any additional questions, please get in touch 🙂

  7. I would like to create, say, and invoice form where there is a subform being embedded within the parent form.

    For example, the parent form will contain the sales invoice and date, and the subform contains the items information such as part numbers, description, quantity, unitprice and total price. The subform can contain many rows of items.

    Can your WPform plug-in design these types of forms?

    1. Hi Joe – It doesn’t sound like WPForms would be a good fit for this project, but we appreciate the consideration!

  8. Is there a way to give a preset response depending on which option the user chooses in the form? We’re looking to have a multiple choice form, but give a pre-written output depending on their selection, so they can see this before clicking to the next question. Thank you!

    1. Hi J,

      We don’t have a way of showing preset responses depending on a user’s selection while they’re still filling out the form. What you can do, however, is create conditional notification emails based on selections in a form. All this requires is conditional logic, which is built into all of our paid licenses.

      We have a great tutorial on how to set this up here.

      I hope this helps!

  9. Hi there, is it possible to have 2 “fine print” check box options below the submit button? We’re wanting to ask people registering with us to select if they don’t wan’t to hear from us etc? If not, I can leave as is to just above the submit button but is it possible to customise the text of these (only) to smaller font size than the rest of the form?

    1. Hi Jo,

      It’s not currently possible to add form fields below the submit button, but I do have a suggestion on how to get that special text set up easily: using our special “Terms of Service” option. Here’s a tutorial showing screenshots and details on how to set this up.

      I hope this helps! 🙂

  10. Hello, I bought a license at $ 39 and it is supposed to have the option to form multi-pages, but when I put the form online after the first question only the progress bar appears and not the rest of the form . Is there a special setting to correct this?

  11. I am looking for following functionality plugin:
    I want user to fill the form which will be multi steps, user can save this form at any step to edit it later from front-end. When user will complete all steps then form should be saved in user profile. Yes user can edit if want to edit it. and user can submit another form. And form can be many for user which he/she can fill.
    Every user step should be saved in dashboard to track the user record.
    Let me know if you have this functionality.

    1. Hi Awais, thanks for the questions!

      Currently, we don’t have a built-in option to allow users to save and continue submitting forms later. I apologize for any confusion!

      In case you would like to save where the user has left the form, you can try to use our Form Abandonment addon.

      I hope this helps 🙂

      1. So once the form is submitted, will the user be able to see and edit this forms in edit profile later?

      2. Hi Manan,
        Currently, we do not have a built-in option in WPForms to allow users to edit their submitted entries in the user profile area. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.
        I apologize for any inconvenience!
        Have a good one 🙂

  12. Before I decide to purchase this product I would like to know whether conditional logic can be used on another page as well depending on what the user has entered on the first page. Not just for the same page. For example, what I need is if the user selects the first two options they are directed as usual but if they select the last 3 options on the first page the third page will look a little different. I hope that makes sense. I would greatly appreciate an answer.

    1. Hi Manjinder!
      Yes, it will work this way. The only thing is that the conditional logic can’t be applied for the pages, I mean for the Page Break field.
      However, you can absolutely display/hide a field on page 2 depends on the user input in a field on the page 1.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  13. Is it possible to spilt a multi-page-form over different wordpress-pages?
    For example to put the first part of the form (three fields) at the “home-page” and the second part of the form (next five fields) to another page of the wordpress-site?
    Thank you for your answer in advance!

    1. Hi Manuel!
      Currently, there is no built-in option to achieve this.
      As an alternative way, you can create two separate forms and once a user submits the first one, it will redirect to the second one with the Confirmation redirect feature.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

      1. Is it possible to have a progress bar between the 2 seperate forms, i.e. Form 1 (50%) > submit redirect >Form 2 (100%)?
        Thanks in Advance!

      2. Hey Matthew – We currently don’t have the feature to display the percentage indicator between two separate forms. I do agree this would be helpful, and I’ll add this to our feature request tracker.

  14. hi, i created a multi-step registration form using WP form – blank template. but now WordPress doesn’t recognize it as a registration form so everytime when users register, admin can’t approve. how to resolve? thank you

    1. Hi Lisa.
      WPForms registration form won’t fully replace the WordPress registration form. You can create a Registration page on your site and embed a WPForms there. Then put a link to this page somewhere in your site header so users can simply access it to register on your site.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  15. Hi! Is it possible to proceed to the next page as soon as a user made his selection? I have an image selection where the user can make a choice between options – ideally it proceeds to the next step of the form without requiring the user to click on “next”. Thanks!

    1. Hey Robin – Currently, we do not have such an auto-scroll feature. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      Thanks for the suggestion!

      1. I too would badly like to see that feature. I have a form with a dozen pages, and I feel it is too much work for the visitors to have to click NEXT after each imagery options.

      2. Hey Ronald – I understand how useful it can be. I have gone ahead and added your vote to the feature request. If it helps, we have a Conversational Form that scrolls to the next question after filling in the current questions. It is not in the multipage format, though.

        I hope that helps & thanks for the suggestion!

  16. Hi there,

    Is it possible for the form to trigger a popup in a multi step form. Here is an example [URL Removed]

    Thank you.


    1. Hi Myles – Good question!

      There are multiple popup/lightbox type plugins available on, such as Popup Maker, which we’ve had customers report back success with.

      Really, any plugin that allows you to use a shortcode should work with the WPForms shortcode. If you’d like a more general tutorial, I’d recommend this article from WPBeginner

      I hope this helps! For further help on this, please get in touch with our support 🙂

  17. Can the user save the form and continue later?

    Do you have a save and continue later feature? Can they makes changes and resubmit?

    Can you save information on each step so that you still have it in case the form is not submitted?

    1. Hey Dinesh- Currently, we don’t have a built-in option to allow users to save and continue submitting forms later. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      In case you would like to save where the user has left the form, you can try to use our Form Abandonment addon.

      I hope this helps 🙂

    1. Hey Muhammad- Currently, we do not have a built-in way to automatically progress users to another page without a ‘Submit’ or ‘Next’ button. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      If you have any other questions or need help, please do not hesitate to contact our support team and they’ll be happy to help 🙂

  18. I am using a Multi-Step Form
    The user clicks Next and the next step appears, but the first field in the page does not receive focus, rather the user must click the box.
    Is this a bug or the intended effect?

    1. Hey Yoni – Great Question! We don’t have a built-in way to add autofocus to the form fields, but it can be done with a bit of code if you are willing to add. Here is a good article on how to add autofocus to form fields. Please make sure to check the FAQ section of this article as it provided the code for the Multi-Step form.

      Have a good one 🙂

  19. Hello. I have presale questions. How can we online contact? please write ona my email (writted down in submit form)

  20. I have an online store that sells tailored suits. I need to integrate a form for clients where they can add their measurements and then view it from the My Account section. Do you have any plugin or addons that does this configuration?

    1. Hey Naya – I apologize, we don’t have a built-in way to do this however, the closest workaround would be to create a page a private page that’s only visible to logged-in users, then you could use custom code as explained in this doc to show entries to that user.

      If you have any further questions on this, please feel welcome to contact our support team.

      Have a good one 🙂

  21. Is there a way to have the page break submit the first page as its own form? And then the user would have the ability to submit the second part/page as its own form as well.

    1. Hey Kylie- We don’t have a feature to submit the first form and second form individually as you’ve mentioned. I have added your vote to the future request list for future enhancements.

      Meanwhile, to achieve what you’ve mentioned, the closest alternative I can suggest is:
      – you could use the dynamic field population method to post the data from the first form to the second form using the redirect URL from the first form.
      – To do this, you would set the first form’s confirmation method to ‘Go to URL (Redirect)
      – Next, to build the URL with query string, you can check out our tutorial

      For any further help on this, please drop us a line in support so we can assist.

      If you have a WPForms license, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket. Otherwise, we provide limited complimentary support in the WPForms Lite support forum.

      Thanks! 🙂

  22. Hello, I need previous button on last page of multistep form along side the submit button. So on 2 pages multistep there should be ability to go back. Please I need this functionality.

    1. Hey Dapo – To enable the “Previous” button for the last page of your multi page form, you’ll need to click on the dotted line above the Submit button in the form builder. Please refer to this screencast. This will open up the Field Options for adding a “Previous” button to your form’s last page.

      I hope this helps!

  23. Hi,

    Is it possible to have verification email on the first form and confirmation email on the second form sent to the same customer without asking for the customer email on the second form?

    A good example is, I want a customer to submit personal information on the first form, then through the verification link provided by the verify email, go to the next form which is corporate information and gets a confirmation email after submitting.

    Do I need to have the customer email as “required” on both forms or is there a way that the second form can make reference to the email address added in the first form?

    1. Hi Lekan! If your verification email is being generated by our Notifications feature, you can generate a URL inside of the message body that links to your second form and includes query string values to prepopulate fields on your second form.

      We have some information on how to set up your second form to accept query string values, and how to build the URL in this article.

      To set up your first form’s email with the URL, we have an article here that is setting up with a similar idea.

      I hope this helps 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.


  24. Will the progress be save per step. If the user does not submit the form, will the steps he completed be saved and visible to me?

    1. Hi Adebayo!

      The Multi-page form on its own does not have the ability to save form progress, however we do have two addons that can help you with this.

      The first is our Form Abandonment addon, which you can see more about here:

      The other is our recently released Save and Resume addon, which you can see more about at:

      These work in slightly different ways, but both will be able to capture partial information for you to review.

      I hope this helps to clarify 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

  25. This form has been really useful but that next button needs to be improved. I have been scouting for new form builder because the conversion rate of my website have dropped and it’s mainly because of that next button option. You guys needs to find a way to go around it.

    1. Hi Nj- Sorry to hear about any trouble you are facing here!

      When you get a chance, could you please reach out to our support team with additional details about the issues you are facing with the Next Button? and we’ll be happy to help you with possible solutions and insights!

      Thanks, and please let us know 🙂

  26. I’m trying to find a way to do three things with the same form:
    1. Page 1: Have a field on the first screen that says “What is this a picture of?” and then a field for the name of the item.
    2. Page 2: Name and email address….but the email address field needs to ask the person to add their email address again and verify it’s the same one as what they entered before.
    3. Add the name and email address to my CRM, which has a forms generator but doesn’t have these features. So, I’m curious how to link the output with the code provided by the CRM’s form code so that the contents will be added to the CRM.

    1. Hi Marty!

      From what you’ve described our plugin should be able to provide what you need. However it wasn’t clear what CRM you’re looking to integrate with so I can’t provide any answer for that.

      Could you please contact us with some more specific details about this and let us know which CRM you’re trying to integrate with so that we can provide more clarity for you?


  27. How to skip a page break and just submit the form where there is no field displayed because of conditional logic. For example. on first page we have a field saying “I you want to know more” another field say “no thank you.” so if the user selects “no thank you”. it should submit the form… instead of that. after selecting “no thank you” It is moving to next page where we have put a field “more details” but that only conditionally appears when user select “I you want to know more”… as it conditionally appears…. the form is showing empty on next page just after selecting “no thank you”… I hope you got it.

    1. Hi Jekesh!

      Currently, we do not have a way to apply conditional logic to an entire page. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      In case it helps, here are two ideas to consider as potential alternatives:

      1) You could include all conditional content on an existing page (a page that has other content). That way, no page ever appears empty. For example, if the second page would appear empty for some users and the third would appear empty for others, you could try combining these fields onto a single page.

      2) Alternatively, you could include an HTML field that conditionally appears only when the other content is hidden. That way, you could add text to let the user know they aren’t missing anything and can continue on to the next page.

      I apologize that we don’t have quite the option you’re looking for, but I hope one of these ideas helps! If you have any further questions about this, please contact us.

      Thanks! 🙂

  28. I have 5steps multi-step forms.
    If my user left my site at step 3. When he come backs can I redirect him to step 3

    1. Hey there, When resuming the multi-step forms, at the moment we don’t have an inbuilt feature to redirect users in the version you’ve described.

      I’ve noted your interest in this feature and added your email to our list to receive updates about this feature.


  29. can i add save and next button on each step. because some times all steps are not completed at one time.

    1. Hey Bhagwat, Yes, the Save and Resume addon works on every page of Multi-Step forms. To enable the Save and Resume feature, please take look at this great guide.

      Havig saed that, in case you are facing some difficulties with the same, and in order to make sure we answer your question as thoroughly as possible, could you please contact our team with some additional details?

      Please submit a support ticket here and we will be glad to help further!


  30. Is it possible to get an export of the data in xml-format. Or are there other ways to import the data into another software?

    1. Hey Joans, Currently, we do not have a built-in way to export entries in XML-format. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      Thanks and have a good one!

  31. After saving the form, is it possible to display the entry and has two buttons, one for “Confirmation” and one for “edit”

    1. Hi Elaina,

      We do not have an inbuilt feature to add buttons that you have mentioned. However, for now, by hitting the Back button, the user can make changes/ edit the form again and for confirmation, the form will need to be submitted via Submit Button.

      However, I still consider it would be a great feature request and I will go ahead and add your vote for the same.

      Thanks 🙂

  32. My Contact Us page has 2 checkboxes:
    ‘Yes, I Want To Volunteer’ and ‘Yes, I Want To Donate’

    After clicking on the Submit button, I’d like the user to be taken to my Donate page only if a user clicks ‘Yes, I Want To Donate’,

    1. Hi Anthony,

      This can be achieved by allowing users to see different form confirmation events (what happens after the form is submitted) based on their form input. We have a detailed tutorial here.


      1. OK – I wasn’t sure if the confirmation events happened AFTER the form is submitted. I will try it out.

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