To help enhance your users experience, consider the implementation of pages to break up the flow of your forms into logical steps. Pages allow you to break up what could be a long form into smaller more easily digestible sections. Pages also allow the user to see their progress when filling out larger forms, for example showing that they are on page 4 of a 6 page form.
You are able to add new pages using the 'ADD PAGE' button, and remove them using the 'Bin' button as shown below.
On a desktop, pages will be displayed at the top of the screen, displaying the page number and title. These pages will also indicate to the user what page they are on as well as if the page has an error on it.
On mobile and tablet devices the pages are represented by small dots in the bottom navigation of the form.
The 'Cancel' and 'Save as Draft' buttons will appear at the bottom of each of the pages, with the 'Submit' button only appearing on the last page of the form.
If you have any questions about paging forms or require assistance, please reach out via this support portal or contact us at email@example.com.