How to Use Page Break

Page Break allows you to:

  1. Create multi-page forms, organize your form content into meaningful units. See an example
  2. Create functional landing pages that may also include several different types of forms.
  3. Set Logic Jumps.
  4. Set Submit buttons on the required parts of the form.

Page Break is closely bound with Logic Jumps, that is why the field is called Page Breaks + Logic Jumps. Logic jumps cannot exist without page breaks, but page breaks can be successfully used separately.

Adding the field to your form, you specify where your current page ends and the next page starts.

How can I create a multi-page form?

  1. Decide on the structure of your form: which logic parts your form will have.
  2. Create your form adding and customizing required fields.
  3. Split your form into pages adding the Page Break + Logic Jumps fields.
  4. Edit the texts on the navigation buttons according to your needs and preferences. Note that the page break between Page1 and Page2 contains only the “Continue” button, while all other page breaks also have a “Go Back” button.

When shall I hide navigation buttons?

The field’s Settings area provides the Hide Buttons toggle that removes navigation buttons and makes it impossible to move to the next page of the form. This setting plays a vital role when you create a landing page or Instagram bio page.

How to set Submit buttons on the Page Break field

The default Submit button is always located at the very bottom of the form and its position cannot be changed.

In some cases, you may require one or more Submit buttons on different parts of your multi-page form. You can set up the Next button on the Page Break field to act as a Submit button. One multi-page form can have multiple Submit buttons on different pages of your form.

To set up a button on the Page Break field to act as a Submit button, add a Page Break field to your form and follow these steps:

  1. Open the Settings area of the Page Break field by clicking the green cog button on the field’s toolbar.
  2. Turn ON the Logic Jumps functionality.
  3. Click the Remove button next to the When field.
  4. Choose the Submit the Form setting in the drop-down menu of the Then field.
  5. Rename the Next button to “Submit” or anything that suits your form.

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