As a builder, you can add multiple pages to any step and easily organize your sections and fields. This feature is exceptionally useful on steps with a large amount of fields. Not only does it assist with organization, it also speeds up load times as well. Instead of all sections and fields being on one form page, you can split the form up into multiple pages and organize them in a way more effective for your end users. These pages simplify the overall view and intensity of a long form with a large amount of fields.

To start using pages click on the "Form Outline" button on the top lefthand side of the fields repository. From there you will see the titles of any existing pages in bold font, and if there are no pages you will see existing section titles in a light grey box as shown below.

To create a new page, click on the blue "+New Page" button. This will take new to a new page that looks like a new step. Remember to add a title to each page so that builders and end users can easily navigate the form. You can add a title by clicking on the pencil icon next to the text that says 'New Page'.

Each page works exactly as a typical form does. You are able to create Sections, Sub-Sections, drag and drop Fields, add Layouts and Relationship Reports the same way you do on steps without multi-pages.

Similar to the way you move, create conditions, or delete a section, you can select the gear icon on the right side of any page title to do the same.

As shown in the image above, you can also use conditional logic to hide an entire page! By selecting the "Edit Conditions" option under the gear icon for a page, you can set conditions for the entire page to be hidden based on conditional logic.

This feature creates ease with end users. Your end users can efficiently navigate and complete forms with multiple pages with the addition of the form outline on the left side of the page. The titles of each page contain a link to that page within the form so that you users can easily navigate between pages. The outline also displays items that either still need to be completed or are invalid and need to be addressed. As shown in the image below, you can see that there is still one field that needs to be addressed before the user can submit the record. The user can click on the page title to be taken to the page.

Once on that page, the field title will show in the outline as shown below. From there, users can click on the bolded field title and be taken directly to the designated field. This creates swift navigation and form completion.

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