Kari Sletten@KariSletten on Twitter – www.icebergwebdesign.com/fun-with-forms

Conditional Logic!
Passing Variables!
Dynamic Surveys!
Custom PDFs!

  • Have you ever filled out a form? — heck yah.
  • A lot of this talk references Gravity Forms but can be reflected in other similar services

Conditional Logic

  • Ask questions that contain different results depending on the results
  • Customer example
    • shipping company
    • does your company use a factoring company
      • yes / no — related questions dependent on answers
  • customer example
    • What do you want help with today
    • four tiles leading to related questions
  • Passing variables to forms
    • School
      • Schedule a visit
        • Pre-populate form with data already captured in an earlier form to reduce the need to input it again.
  • Police activities league
    • one very long form that covers everything (seasonal sports)
    • drop down select of sport — open or closed
      • If open, you can register
      • if closed, no option to do anything
  • passing variables in a url
    • select who it is you want to email
      • you don’t see her email but she’ll get it
      • ? variable
      • assign variable to “elen’s email address”
  • Survey
    • Weighted survey from multiple domains
      • How do they compare — are they worth targeting as customers?
      • IE how much money does your business make?
      • what industry are you in?
      • Weighted values for each answer to a larger number — this reminds me of a buzzfeed survey
      • Gravity Forms has filter hooks that can be manipulated
        • add numbers, do math
      • Display the results — see how you measure up to your industry peers
  • Confirmations
    • add score to notification email or screen
    • set score value — show total
    • send to a custom destination

Gravity Forms PDF

  • Create a digital certificate PDF that’s downloaded from a password protected page


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