Creating a Page

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Pages are containers that hold other Qrvey elements.  In their simplest form, a page can just display an existing web form and allow a user to submit it, but pages can also display other things, like tabular data, and they can also perform other actions, just like a  workflow. You can combine multiple pages to create entire applications, complete with navigation and authentication.

In this article, we'll run through the steps of creating a page with multiple actions. 

Creating a Page

To create a page, create a new application, or click into an existing one, then select Page Flows from the left-hand menu. This menu can be expanded or collapsed by clicking anywhere in the orange bar. 

Next, click the Create Page Flow button at the top of the page.

Then, give your page a name and a description if you'd like.  By default, all pages will be publicly available. You'll need to first set up an authentication method before you'll be able to make a page private. 

Once your page is created, you'll be able to add actions just like you were building a workflow. You can start by selecting Load Web Form, which is the most common action for a page and will allow you to select any of your existing web forms.  You can also choose to Show Message and display a simple message to get started.  See our article on Page Flow Actions for a full list of the available actions.

After users submit your web form, you can then choose what your page does next.  Just click the + button to add additional actions to your flow.  

When you've made all of your page flow selections, you can then activate the page by clicking the orange Publish button.  You will then need to pause your page before making any additional changes.  The Share Link is a public URL for this individual page and can be shared just like a web form share link. 

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