We've introduced multiple form pages!
Have a complicated multi-step registration form with numerous questions?
We can now split forms over multi-pages, separating questions out, making it easier and clearer for participants to sign up for events!
In the Primo admin area, go to ‘Settings’ – ‘Registration Forms’– click on ‘Add a new page’.
- Enter the name of the page – click ‘Save’.
You will be redirected to a page with multiple tabs – ‘main’ is the main page of automatically generated questions. By creating a new page, you can separate your questions out across more pages, making it easier and clearer for participants to enter your event! This avoids having to scroll down to view the list of questions one after the other (which may be time-consuming, depending on how many questions your form may have). In this case, I have called the new page ‘Page 1’.
You can begin to drag and drop your new questions onto the new page of your registration form, as normal.
In this case, I will use the example of adding in emergency contact details.
- Drag a heading/section break onto your form (as shown below) and name it ‘Emergency Contact’ – click on ‘Continue’.
You are then redirected back to the ‘main’ page on your registration form – click back into your new page (in this case, I have called the new page ‘Page 1’).
You will see that your heading now appears:
Repeat the same process of dragging and dropping questions onto your registration form – in this case, I have added in text boxes for ‘Emergency Contact Name’ and ‘Emergency Contact Number’. I have made these questions ‘required’, so that all participants will have to answer this question:
Click on ‘Continue’:
Again, you are redirected back to the ‘main’ page of your registration form – click back into your new page (in this case, ‘Page 1’) to review your changes so far:
You will be asked to enter all of the default contact details on the ‘main’ registration page first of all before seeing this page (for example, name, address, date of birth). Click on ‘Continue’ at the bottom of the first page, which will bring you onto the second page of your registration form (i.e. ‘Page 1’):
Your new page will look like this on your live registration form: