Tips & Tricks

  1. 5 Ways to Build Your Brand Using Online Forms

    By Ace E. on June 27, 2019

    Use these simple ideas to strengthen your forms into brand-building tools.

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  2. 12 Tips for Making Your Website Forms More Accessible

    By Ace E. on May 2, 2019

    Here are some best practices for creating forms that meet Section 508 requirements for accessibility.

  3. 4 Easy Ways to Simplify Your Forms

    By Nadia A. on January 30, 2019

    Learn about the life-changing magic of tidying up your forms.

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  4. Patient Experience: The Case for Storing Credit Card Information

    By Ace Evans on August 23, 2018

    Storing patient's credit cards for future use can be a bit of a murky topic. Some medical and dental offices now require it. Some patients vehemently object to it. And there's no one right or wrong answer for everyone.

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  5. 5 Best Practices for Storing Credit Cards on File

    By Ace Evans on August 7, 2018

    Consumers are increasingly choosing to store their credit or debit card information with retailers for future use. But businesses beware - there are right and wrong ways to provide this service.

  6. Create One Time Discounts on Your Payment Forms

    By Nadia A. on August 6, 2018

    In this post, we're going to walk through the process of creating a special discount just for first-time buyers!

  7. 5 Guidelines for Creating GDPR Forms

    By Nadia A. on May 24, 2018

    Here are our tips on how to design GDPR compliant online forms.

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  8. DIY Preloader for your Forms

    By Tyler Trotter on May 14, 2018

    Complex web forms might take a bit to load, especially over a slow internet connection. This is where having a preloader, a graphic indicating something is loading, might come in handy. Here's how to do it with a Cognito form.

  9. 4 Ways to Keep Your Forms Secure and Stay #CyberAware

    By Nadia A. on October 13, 2017

    In the spirit of NCSAM, we wanted to highlight a few easy ways to keep both your forms and your entry data more secure.

  10. Avoiding Security Warnings in Google Chrome

    By Nadia A. on September 22, 2017

    If your website is still hosted over HTTP, there are two ways to ensure that your page does not display a warning when you embed your forms.