Form Settings

Form Settings allow you to further modify and configure your form. From basic functionality like renaming your form, to more advanced features like writing custom scripts to change the Form behavior using Form Controllers. To access the settings, click the 3 dot icon in the Form's header to view and configure Form's settings.

Click Here for information about configuring default settings for your Forms and Resources

Form Settings

Title: The title the end-user will see when filling out the form. The Title is how you will identify the form within your project.

Name: This is the machine name for your Form. It can only contain alphanumeric characters and will automatically populate from the title you enter in camelCase. Form Names can be independently changed if you do not wish to carry the Title.

The Form Name is utilized when embedding the Form into your application.

API Path: The API Path is the endpoint for accessing the Form and Form submissions. The API path name, like the Form name, will auto-populate based on the Title but can also be changed independently.

Custom Action URL: Set an endpoint the form will hit after a submission is made to execute a custom action.

Form Tag: Add a tag(s) to the form. Tags can be beneficial for organizing Forms and Resources within your project or utilizing the tag for custom functionality within your application. Forms and Resources can be filtered based on their tag.

Disable Autocomplete: Disable your fields from auto-populating data based on your browser cache.

Wizard Header: Configure how Wizard pages will display

PDF Settings

The PDF Form Settings allow the user to change various UI and theming elements for PDF First Forms and PDF submission downloads. Access Form Settings and scroll down to the PDF Settings section to utilize the following configurations.

Please navigate to PDF Form Guide to read more on the available PDF Form settings.

Form Controller

The Form Controller is a powerful concept of which gives control of the rendered form using JavaScript. The Form Controller can do almost limitless things in the context of the renderer, allowing users to change Wizard Headers, implement a Thank You Page, and execute complex logic and workflows.

Please Click Here for examples of the Form Controller in action.

Submission Collection

Modify the database collection that stores all of the submissions within the form. This allows the selection of certain fields as indexes for significant performance improvements. The Submission Collection feature is part of the Security Module suite. Visit the link or contact for more information.

Form Deployment MachineName

The Machine Name connects the form to the project through import/export or deployments.

Tampering with the Form machineName can break Project imports and exports. Do not modify unless you know what you're doing.

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