Multi-Page Forms

Multi-Page Form

To add the multi-page feature to your form, look under Advanced fields in your Form Editor and select the field Page Break. Two new elements will be added to your form: the page break element and the pagination progress bar.

To add new page breaks, duplicate the one that was added or drag new ones from the Add Field panel. Each horizontal line is the beginning of a new page in your form.

To customize the multi-page form feature, click on the progress bar displayed at page top, right below the form headline, and the Edit Field panel will open on the left side of the page.

Select one of the options available in the Layout dropdown list. Hidden means that no progress bar will be shown, although the form will have multiple pages. The other three options are steps (1, 2, 3 displayed in bubbles), percentual (25%, 50%, 75%) and pages (1/4, 2/4, 3/4). With steps and percentual, you can also assign titles to pages.

Multi-Page Form

The result is the following: when users access your multi-page form, they will see the first section/page and the button Next at the bottom, that will take them forward. The navigation can also be done towards previous pages, using the link Previous. If enabled, the progress bar will be displayed at form top.


How do I edit the page break buttons? I don’t want the button to say next page as the first button. Can you help me as quickly as possible? Thanks.

December 10, 2016 09:41
    Vlad Raischi

    Hello Jonathan!

    To change the text of the Next Page button you need to go to the Translations section and click the Customize button, that appears while hovering over the Default Language. Look for the Next Page option under the Form Fields Instructions section of the Customize language lightbox. Finally, write down, in the corresponding input field on the right, what you want the button to read and hit Save.

    If you have any other questions, please contact our Support Team via email at, or by filling out our contact form.


    February 19, 2017 09:22

I’m trying to find or make a form that allows a customer to enter some detailed information in list or tabulated form: sequences of dates on which events occurred. I could use a drop-down list or columns but it would need to contain various dates for up to 20 variables. Do you have a product like that? I have clicked through many of your forms and cannot find one that allows for detailed input. Also I will want the form to have PayPal payment as well.

April 23, 2015 08:43
    Olivian Stoica

    Hello Marc!

    We offer 11 payment integration on our Platinum plan, including PayPal. If you want to upgrade, follow this link.

    Regarding your first inquiry, you can resize your fields and place them as if they are in a tabular form. To resize a field, select it in the Form Editor and click on the second box that appears on the far right. That’s the resize option.

    For further assistance, don’t hesitate to contact our Support Team at or via our contact form.


    April 24, 2015 06:01

Hello. What about the results? Does the user see the results in real time? I mean if it were a hotel survey, does the user see how many else gave a good or bad review after filling up the survey forms?

September 03, 2014 08:29
    Olivian Stoica

    Hello Maria!

    You can opt to redirect your form users to a report. By default, each time the form is submitted, the form user will be redirected to a Thank You page. Follow the Reports section in our Knowledge Base here to learn more. In the Reports section of your form you can create a report that either generates a pie chart with all the answers given at that point by all your form users, or a data table and many more. While logged in your 123ContactForm account, go to My Forms, select a form and click on Reports, highlighted below.

    It’s all up to you to customize your hotel survey in any way you want. Also, don’t hesitate to contact our support specialists at or via our contact form if you need assistance or have further questions. Our Support Team is more than happy to help you in building powerful forms and surveys.


    September 03, 2014 09:06

I think this would be a great feature if you allowed the partial saving of data as a user walks through a multi-step form. Not having this ability is a big shortcoming of the form.

June 25, 2014 05:54
John Pedersen

if a user doesn’t fully complete the multi page form, do we still capture the info the user did complete? or does the user have to complete the entire multi page form before we capture any of their info?

for example: Joe finishes the 1st 4 pages of a 5 page form, but has to end his session before completing page 5 and submitting. Do we capture any of the 1st 4 pages of info so we can follow up with Joe to let him know to finish the form or ask him why he couldn’t finish? or gather the needed data via email or phone? etc…?

July 03, 2013 02:59

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