Learn the basics of the form builder
The form builder in Tripetto is a bit different then you're used to, but when you know the basics we're sure you'll going to like it. So let us show you how to use it.
Our form builder is not just a list of questions. As we want to make it easy to create smart forms with logic, we use a storyboard. This board gives a visual presentation of the flows inside your form, making it much better understandable what's happening in your form structure.
Adding and editing
Let's start with an empty storyboard. And let's say we just want to add some questions. You can add questions by clicking the
icon. A new question block will be created and you can fill in this question block by clicking it once.
For a more in-depth tutorial on adding and editing question blocks, please have a look at this article.
There are a few controls you need to know to master the form builder in Tripetto.
If you have multiple question blocks on your storyboard (and maybe some logic in it as well), you can arrange your question blocks, for example to change the order of two questions. You can do that by dragging and dropping a block.
You can navigate through your form (especially with large forms) by holding the storyboard and drag it into the direction you want.
If you have a large form with lots of branches, you can zoom out to see the whole structure of your form, or zoom in to see a particular part of your form.