Creating a Form
How to create a new form using WS Form. Create forms from a template or start from scratch with a blank form.
The Layout Editor
Learn how to build virtually any form you need for your website with WS Form!
The Anatomy of a Form
Learn how WS Form organizes forms into tabs, sections and fields.
To access the form settings, click the settings icon in the top toolbar when editing a form. This contains the following tabs: Basic, Advanced, and Auto Populate.
Tabs are a convenient way of splitting a form into separate pages. Each form can have one or many tabs.
To add a section to your form, simply click the add section icon at the bottom of your form.
All of the available fields can be found in the toolbox sidebar. To add a field to your form, simply click and drag a field from the toolbox to a section of your form.
When a form is saved or submitted, WS Form can send one or more emails acknowledging the form submission.
Conditional Logic provides a way for you to create dynamic forms that change according to the way a user interacts with your form.
WS Form features a multi-step undo tool. As you build a form, your edit history is retained so that you can go back to any step in your building process.
WS Form provides extensive options for managing form validation.
WS Form data grids make entering a list of information quick and easy. Data grids work in much the same way as a spreadsheet and provide a powerful way of managing more complex types of data in WS Form.
Sample CSV Files for Data Grids
You can import any CSV file into a data grid. This is useful for importing data, such as a country or state list.