This article serves to help you quickly identify the primary differences between the three form types found within the Form Builder.

What is a Classic Form?

The "Classic" form is a standard form that you're likely accustomed to seeing on most websites or landing pages.

This is a one-page form that contains as many questions or prompts as necessary for you to gather information from the lead. While you can utilize style and layout options to adjust the size, shape, and layout of the form, all of your fields will remain on this page.

What is a Group Form?

Unlike a "Classic" form, a "Group" form allows you to group your questions or prompts into separate pages. You can create as many groups as necessary to obtain all of the information you require in segments.

You might use group forms for situations such as job applications, loan applications, or auto sales. Segmenting your questions into smaller batches can often be more effective than presenting a long list of questions all at once.

Users filling out the form will not be able to proceed to the next group until they complete all of the required fields in the group that came before it.

What is a Card Form?

At first glance, the "Card" form is very similar to the "Group" form. The primary difference is that a "Card" form limits you to just one question or prompt per card.

You would utilize this style of the form if you wish to walk your users through the form question-by-question. This is useful if you are attempting to funnel users and to obtain the most qualified users only.

The user will not be able to proceed to the next question in a card form until they complete the required prompt that came before it.

This should help you to better understand the differences in form types so that you can choose the correct type within the Form Builder. To learn how to create the different types of forms, be sure to check out the following articles for further guidance:

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