By Ace E. on October 30, 2018
Connect forms using Lookup Fields. Simply look up entry data from one form to use in another.
By Nadia A. on July 14, 2017
Whether you're soliciting customer feedback or creating a personality quiz, rating scales (aka Likert sales) are one of the best methods for collecting a broad range of opinions and behaviors.
By Nadia A. on May 8, 2017
In this post, we're going to walk through the process of using the PMT formula to calculate loan payments!
By Nadia A. on September 23, 2016
In this post, we're going to tackle a few examples of how you can use custom validation on your forms.
By Nadia A. on January 18, 2016
You have the ability to create your own error messages underneath your form fields and set the conditions under which those messages will display.
By Nadia A. on January 7, 2016
By taking advantage of some simple calculations and a bit of conditional logic, you can make your form available (or unavailable) on any day or time that you need.
By Nadia A. on December 1, 2015
If/then statements can be some of the most useful calculations for both simple and complex scenarios on your forms.
By Sara G. on June 25, 2014
Repeating data allows you to adjust the number of populated fields according to user needs, so you don't have a fixed number of fields to only accommodate a small percentage of users.
By Jamie T. on June 11, 2014
Cognito Forms supports robust calculations to allow you to create really powerful customized forms.