Publishing Web Forms
Qrvey makes it easy to publish your web forms just about anywhere. In this article, we'll discuss the different ways you can use your forms, surveys and checklists. This article assumes that you've already built and activated your web form. If you haven't completed those steps yet, check here and select the type of web form you're creating.
The most common place you'll find Qrvey web forms is inside of Qrvey applications. Web forms play a crucial part in Qrvey apps and are the primary way users interact with them. Web Forms can be added to both Pages, via Page Flows and Page Builder, and Workflows to become a powerful part of your automation.
In Workflows, you can send a web form to a user by choosing Send Web Form from the action dropdown list. Web forms can automatically be sent via email or SMS text message and you can even automatically follow-up with people who have not responded.
In Page Builder, you can drag and drop any active web form into a page, by selecting it in the tool palette, then positioning it on the page. Click here to learn more about page builder.
Finally, in Page Flows, simply create a new page, then select Show Web Form from the dropdown and choose your form.
If you'd like to share your web form outside of Qrvey, the shareable URL is the easiest way to distribute it. First, navigate to the Publish tab of your web form.
Next, scroll down to locate the web form's URL. Copy and paste the link where desired.
Qrvey has two different embedding options available if you'd like to display your web form inside a website, blog, web or mobile application. The simple method is to use an iFrame, which essentially just creates a small window on your website that points directly to your questions. Just click iFrame and then copy and paste the code provided.
The second option is to select In-Context. Using this method, you must first select your embedding options in the Customize tab. To learn more about customizing and in-context options, see this article.
Qrvey makes it easy to share your web forms with friends or colleagues on social platforms like Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. Just click the appropriate button and follow the instructions provided.
Finally, you can share your web forms via plain old email by clicking the Email button, which will open your default mail client with a link to your web form already pre-populated for you.