The Forms Page

NEW EXPERIENCE: This article covers how to use the Forms page in the new Wufoo experience. Try it out!

The Forms page is where you can view and manage all the forms in your account. To get there, click Forms in the header of your account. It's also the page you see when you first log in.

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Using the Forms Page

There are several actions you can take to customize your form from the Forms page.

Action
Description
Editing a formClick the title of the form that you want to edit. This will take you to the form builder.
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Today's Entries
Go to a filtered view in the Entry Manager that shows entries that were submitted today. The number next to the icon represents the number of entries submitted today.
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All Entries
See all entries in the Entry Manager. The number next to the icon represents the total number of entries that form has received.
¥ ShareGet links to your form or the embed code you can use to put the form on your website.
$ PaymentsGo to the Payment Settings page, where you can set up your form to collect payments.
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More

Access these options from the More menu:

  • View form: See your form how people in the wild will see it and submit test entries.
  • Rename form: Add an internal form name that only people logged into the account will see.
  • Labels: Add form labels to help categorize and filter your forms.
  • Duplicate form: Create a copy of your form in your account.
  • Delete form: Permanently delete the form from your account.
  • Make public or private: Public forms can be filled out by anyone. Private forms can only be filled out by users who are logged in to your account.
  • Set password: Password protect your public form.
  • Form rules: Use the Rule Builder to add logic to your form to trigger actions when certain conditions are met.
  • Notifications: Set up email and SMS notifications for new entries.
  • Integrations: Integrate your form with other apps.
  • Analytics: See the Analytics dashboard for your form and get high-level date about entries.
  • API information: Get your API key and API IDs that you can use in Templating and URL Modifications.

 

Organizing Your Forms

Use these options to keep your forms organized, or quickly find the ones you need.

Sort

Using the drop-down menu on the top right, you can sort your forms based on the following criteria:

Sort By
Description
Date createdSort by the date forms were created.
Date modifiedSort by the date forms were last edited.
Total entriesSort by the number of entries.
Recent entriesBrings all forms that received entries today to the top of the list.
NameSort form with special characters at the top followed by 0-9 and A-Z.
TIP! You can switch between ascending and descending order by clicking the blue arrow next to the menu.

Search or Filter

Use the search box at the top of the Forms page to narrow the list down to only forms that contain your search term in the title.

Form labels

There isn't a way to put forms into folders, but if you're in the new Wufoo experience, you can add form labels to help categorize and filter your forms.

 

Legacy Form Manager

We recommend switching to the new Wufoo experience to make sure you get all the latest features. However, if you're still using legacy Wufoo, this will help you use the Form Manager.

Legacy Form Manager

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Using the Form Manager

Menu
Menu Options
Description
EditEdit formGoes to the Form Builder, where you can add or edit fields, configure field settings, and some global form settings.
Add rulesGoes to the Rule Builder, where you can add logic to your form to trigger form actions when certain conditions are met.
Add notificationsSet up email and SMS notifications for new entries.
IntegrationsIntegrate with other apps to send notifcations and updates to other services on the web.
View formPreview your form—exactly how someone out in the wild would see it. It will collect entries.
PaymentsPaymentsGoes to the Payment Settings page, where you can integrate a payment merchant and set up your form to collect payments.
ShareShareGet links to your form, or the embed code you can use to put the form on your website.
EntriesAll entriesGoes to the Entry Manager, where you can view and manage the entries your form has received.
Today's entriesGoes to the Entry Manager, filtered to show only entries submitted today.
AnalyticsGo to the Analytics dashboard for your form, where you can see high-level metadata about the entries your form has received—like pageviews, average time spent on your form, and entries by region.
MoreAPI informationGet your API key and API IDs that you can use in Templating and URL Modifications.
Make public or privateMakes your form public or private—public forms can be filled out by anyone, and private forms can only be filled out by users that are logged in to your account.
Add passwordLets you password-protect your public form.
Duplicate formCreates a copy of your form in your account.
Delete formPermanently deletes the form from your account.
Theme
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Apply themeThe dropdown menu at the far right of each form indicates what Theme is currently applied to the form—choose an existing theme from the dropdown to apply it to your survey, or create a new one in the Theme Designer.

Organizing Your Forms

Sort

You can sort or reorder your forms based on the following criteria:

Sort By
Description
Date CreatedSorts forms by the date they were created, with the most recently created form at the top.
Date EditedSorts forms by the date they were last edited, with the most recently edited form at the top.
Entries TodayBrings all forms that received entries today to the top of the list. The rest of your forms are sorted in alphabetical order below them.
NameSorts forms into alphabetical order, with special characters at the top followed by 0-9 and A-Z.
TIP! You can switch between ascending and descending order by clicking the sort option again.

Search or Filter

Use the Search textbox at the top of the Form Manager page to narrow the list down to only forms that contain your search term in the title.

 

The Form Manager is where you can view and manage all the forms in your account. To get there, click Forms in the header of your account. It's also the page you see when you first log in.

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