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The Differences Between Form Types
The Differences Between Form Types
Zach N. avatar
Written by Zach N.
Updated over a week ago

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Understanding the Three Form Types in Form Builder

1. Classic Form

The 'Classic' form represents the typical form style found on most websites or landing pages. This single-page form accommodates as many queries or instructions as needed to gather information from the lead. While the form offers style and layout customizations for size, shape, and layout adjustments, all fields will remain on the same page.

2. Group Form

Differing from the 'Classic' form, a 'Group' form enables you to segment your queries or instructions into separate pages. This division allows you to create multiple groups to gather all necessary information in segments.

You may find group forms beneficial in scenarios such as job applications, loan applications, or auto sales. Segregating your questions into smaller batches often proves more effective than presenting a lengthy list of questions simultaneously.

Note: Users will only be able to move on to the next group once they've completed all the required fields in the preceding group.

3. Card Form

At first glance, a 'Card' form might seem very similar to the 'Group' form. However, the critical distinction is that a 'Card' form restricts you to only one query or instruction per card.

This form style is suitable if you want to guide your users through the form question-by-question. This method proves handy if your objective is to funnel users and procure only the most qualified ones.

Note: Users can't advance to the next question in a card form until they've completed the required prompt that came before.

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