When creating complex online form structures, Jadu XForms Professional provides the option to split forms into structured, multiple pages. Forms can also include an introduction, complete contents list, page-level instructions and inline question help.
Form configuration components
Jadu XForms Professional provides the option to include a progress meter in any form you create, along with the option to include a 'Resume at start' or 'where left off' flag.
The form creation interface provides a rich selection of form elements, including support for:
- small text entry components (text box)
- large text entry components (text area)
- single or multiple choice selections (radio buttons, dropdown boxes, checkboxes)
- starred out text entry components (for passwords)
Form fields can be pre-filled with default answers/data and also support inclusion of:
- data checking/validation routines
- mathematical calculations with the option to hide or display results
- mandatory/non-mandatory question flags
The Jadu XForms Professional interface allows forms or specific form elements (e.g. questions relating to personal details) to be saved for easy importing into any other forms you create.
Form branching allows you to define customer journeys through your forms - directing customers to specific questions or pages based on their response to a previous question. The Jadu XForms Professional Control Centre provides a visual representation of your forms structure and the customer journeys that you create.
The Control Centre also provides the option to restructure form pages and perform testing/previewing before publishing a form to your website.
Jadu XForms Professional allows you to merge data within an original PDF template that can be auto-generated upon form completion and sent to customers as a receipt/proof of transaction.
Integration with Jadu's Marketing module enables registered customers to view a personal/account homepage to track online form transactions.
It is also possible to create configurable email alerts on an individual form basis. Dynamic variables can be taken directly from the customer's form submission, allowing you to send any data that is required to any person, group or system, providing 'mailbox integration' upon form submission and multi-agency working.