Multiple Fields on the Same Row

You can add more than one field on the same row. This feature helps you structure forms precisely as you wish. Have a look at the order form below. The Name and Email fields each take up one half of the row. The second row is shared by three fields: a Radio buttons field, a Number field and a Date field. The third field contains the complex Address field.

Multiple Fields on a Row

How to place multiple fields on a row? When you click on a field in your Form Editor, you’ll see three icons: the blue icon for Duplicate, the green icon for Resize and the red icon for Delete. Use the last one to make more fields fit on the same row.

Edit Multiple Fields

When you click the Resize icon, the Resize box shows up. Here, you can specify the Field Width and the Field Height. Naturally, the total width of fields per row should equal to 100%.

There is another very important aspect: the height of fields on the same row should be equal, in order for that row to look neat.

Field Height and Field Width

i wanted the form to have two fields one which says estimated weight the other which multiplies the value entered in the text box(for estimated weight) with the cost per kg and display the value.

For eg if its $8 Rs a KG and the estimated weight is 10 KG then the new field has to multiply both and show $80

Can this be done using this form editor. Could you please help.

April 20, 2015 09:11
    Olivian Stoica


    To apply calculations, follow the steps:

    1. Add a Number field to the form that will contain the result.

    2. Go to the SettingsPayments section of your form and click on the dropdown below the Assign Values or Formulas to Fields section.

    3. Select your Number field and click on the green dropdown on the right. Select Formula and click on the Turn on numeric validation button from the lightbox.

    4. The field will drop down with a calculator on the right and a text area next to it. Click in the text area and use the calculator and the dropdown above the calculator to include the two fields you want to multiply. Use the calculator to add mathematical operations.

    5. Hit the Save changes button, on the top right.

    View your form and provide some values in the fields to test the result.

    Learn more in our documentation at

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


    April 21, 2015 06:12

Can I request a feature to link/group fields together so that they can be moved in one go. For example multiple fields in one row or multiple rows. At the moment, it’s a bit of a time consuming juggle to align rows when you need to move them.

February 23, 2015 10:36

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