All the advance fields of LiveForms:

In the form edit mode, you can find Advanced fields after the Generic used fields list. Currently, we provide fourteen kinds of advance field.

 

If you want to add any of them in the current form click on the plus(+) or drag and drop them to the right side form fields area.

The details about all the field are discussed below.

 

Table of content:

  1. File
  2. Captcha
  3. Full Name
  4. Address
  5. Rating
  6. URL
  7. Paragraph
  8. Phone
  9. Payment
  10. Location
  11. Date
  12. Date Range
  13. Math Result
  14. Page Break

 

 

File:

If you want a user to upload a file through the form,  you can use this field in the form. It allows the user to upload any file.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user select file before allowing the form to be submitted.

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option appears.You can validate data before submission of the form. You have to set File size limit in MB and Extension type as you preferred. The suggested file size range should be 1-50 MB, but you can set as you need. You can allow multiple extensions by writing them separated by a comma(,) eg. pdf, jpeg.You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

Captcha:

This field will generate a captcha code and user need to write it down on the field for verification purpose. You can use it with the form to ensure that any robot or bot won’t submit the form.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user inputs the code before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

 

 

Full Name:

This is an advanced field that can take input in full name format.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Text. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

Input Option:

  • Title: For title of the Name (eg. Mr, Mrs, Md)
  • First name: The first name of user
  • Last Name: The last name of user

 

 

 

 

Address:

This field allows you to take user full address with the form.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Text. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

Input Option:

  • Address 1: For the first line of street address
  • Address 2: For the second line of street address
  • City: The name of the city
  • Country: This is auto-generated select field for the country name
  • State: This is auto-generated for the specific country to select state name

 

 

 

Rating:

You can receive rating with the form submission. A user can give rating input with this advance rating field.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Configuration:

 

Maximum Rating:

You can set the maximum voting point or number (eg. 5, 10). It will be divided into the steps.

 

Rating Steps:

Number of steps or star that the maximum rating will be divided. You can put numbers (eg. 5, 10) that will show the same number of the star on the form. The Rating will be divided by the star number. So,

per step rating = Maximum rating / Rating steps

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

 

 

URL:

This is a single line text field with URL validation built-in. It will only take URL (eg. http://www.example.com) as input.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as URL. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

Paragraph:

You can place paragraph or text in the form with this field. It is not an input field. If you have any instruction or anything you can write it here and place wherever you want in the form.

 

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want or leave it blank.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Paragraph text:

You may put text in this box what you want to be shown in the form.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

 

 

Phone:

This field is used to take the phone number from the user.

 

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Numeric. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

Input Options:

  • Country: Used for taking country name
  • Area: Used for area name or number
  • Number: For the phone number

 

 

 

Payment:

With this field, you can take payment through the form upon submit. Paypal is built-in payment gateway for this field.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Amount:

The amount of money you want to receive with the form.

 

Currency:

The currency of the amount. Currently, support Dollar and Euro.

 

Paypal:

The default method of the payment. A user can choose to skip payment or PayPal for making the payment. If PayPal is selected then the user will be redirected to PayPal upon the form submission for the payment.

Paypal Fields:

  • Mode: Live for real payments and test for testing the payment option.
  • PayPal Email: The email address where you want to receive the money.
  • Notify URL: The URL to which PayPal posts information about the transaction via Instant Payment Notification. Must be URL- encoded. Its an optional field have maximum 256 characters length.
  • Return URL: The URL to which the user’s browser is returned after completing the payment; for example, a URL on your site that displays a “Thank you for your payment” page. Default: User is taken to the PayPal website.

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form.  You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

Location:

With this special field, a user can select country and state name from the predefined list.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

Accuracy:

  • State: You can check the state field for taking state name alongside with the country name. It will appear in the form. Otherwise, the only country field will appear.

 

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Text. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

Date:

With this field, you can take date and time input with the form.

Date Field

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Date Format:

You can set the date format from here.

  • MM — 2 digits numaric month 01 – 12
  • MMMM — Full month name January – December
  • DD — 2 digits numaric day 01 – 31
  • YYYY — Full year, 2018

 

Input time:

If you want the time along with the date you can check this in the form.

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Date. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

Date Range:

This is a dual date field by which user can give the date range as input.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Date Format:

You can set the date format from here.

  • dd: Represent the date
  • mm: Represent the month
  • yy: Represent the year

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

Required:

If checked, this will ensure that the user completed the field before allowing the form to be submitted.

 

Validation:

If you check the field as required, you can see data validation option. It will validate data before submission of the form. You can validate the user input as Date. You can also put a message that will pop up if the user doesn’t fill up the form with valid data.

 

 

 

 

Math Result:

You can use a different kind of calculation to get math result from the user. This field helps to check the users are real. You can also take math test with this field in the form.

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

Field 1:

Select the first field for the calculation from previously added number field.

 

Field 2:

Select the second field from previously added number field for calculation.

 

Operator:

The operator used for calculating and give the result from the two field values.

  • Add: Used for adding two field values.
  • Subtract: Used for subtracting two field values.
  • Multiply: Used for multiplying two field values.
  • Divide: Used for divide two field values.

Conditional Logic:

This section discussed here.

 

 

 

Page Break:

Use this for separate the field of the form into multiple pages.

 

Properties of the field:

After clicking on green color settings icon from the top-right of the field, you can find some options there.

 

Label:

You can refer the field name as you want.

 

Note:

The text in the note will appear below of the label in the view in small font.

 

 

You can make as many steps before a user submits a form. You can set up multiple conditional logic for every step.

Last Updated: April 13, 2018


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