Note: This page is not visible to the public - only to site admins.
The Form Summary page is your access point to all of the info, settings and questions that make up your form.
To copy or delete a form, go to your My Forms page.
Toggling your form from active to inactive
When a form is created, it is "Active and accepting responses" by default. Don't worry ... no one will know the web address to access your form until you share it with them.
Click "Inactive and not accepting responses" when you are ready to close your form. Your custom unavailable message will now be displayed to anyone visiting the form's web address. This is a great alternative to deleting your form. Inactive forms can be edited and maintained the same as active forms ... they just aren't available to the public. They can be copied or reused by activating and clearing out the old submission data at any time.
Find your form ID for Cascade
Cascade Editors, you can create a special page in Cascade and embed this form in it. All you need is the ID number listed in the top-right corner. For detailed instructions, visit the Cascade help page.
Find your form's web address and preview/test your form
This is the web address, or url, that you will provide to users to find and respond to your form.
Ready to preview and test your form? Click the preview link and your form will open in a new window. Note that by default, as a form editor you can access the form regardless of the Who Can Respond settings that you set.
Access form responses
An up-to-date count of your form's responses is displayed in the top-right area of the page. Click on this response count to access your responses page where you can view your data in a variety of formats ... or save and delete it. Learn about sharing your data.
Edit your form Settings
Click the Settings tab to verify or edit any of your form's settings. Get detailed info about all of the available form settings.
Edit/create form questions and headers
Click the Questions tab to create, change and organize your questions. Get more info on creating and organizing your questions.