How to use the password block
Learn everything you need to know to use the password block in your forms.
When to use
Use the password block to let your respondent enter a value that's not visible in the form. Optionally you can use this block to protect parts of your form.
How to use
Add a new block to your form and then select the question type
Password. You can now customize this block to your needs with the following features.
Each question block has basic features to present the block the way you need, for example
Help text. And most of the question blocks have common options, like the
More information about these basic features can be found in the help article about our form builder.
Unlike other question blocks the entered values of password blocks aren't saved to the dataset of the form entries by default. In that way the passwords that your respondents enter, aren't saved unnecessary.
If you wish to include the entered passwords in your dataset anyway, you can overrule the default setting by enabling the
Exportability feature and activate the
Include in the dataset setting. Entered passwords will now be saved and readable inside your dataset.
Please make sure you are always careful with using the dataset if you choose to save passwords!
Secure password verification
You can use the password block to protect (parts of) your form by using the secure password match check. More information on that can be found in this article.
Logic is important to make your forms smart and conversational. The password block can work with the following branch conditions to help you with that:
- Password matches (more information about password verification);
- Password does not match (more information about password verification).
- When value matches
- When value does not match
- When value contains
- When value does not contain
- When value is specified;
- When value is not specified.