Want an easy way to improve your form conversions? Build forms the smart way and watch your conversions spike.
It's easier than ever to build smart forms with the help of conditional logic.
Conditional logic forms might seem advanced and only for the most experienced website owners, but not anymore. Anyone can use conditional logic to make their forms work in the best way possible with a smart form builder.
Whether you have long forms or forms broken up into multiple pages, Formidable Forms can make them smart yet simple.
If visitors are going to take the time to complete your forms, you've got to make them as easy as possible. Don't give your users a reason to not start or leave forms incomplete.
If you have long, multi-page forms you may have noticed low conversion rates. When forms are long and filled with lots of irrelevant questions, you increase the chance the form will never be finished. You miss out on all that important data you want to collect like contact details, demographic surveys, customer reviews and more.
When form length starts to put people off, use conditional logic to save the day.!
Conditional logic is included in the core Formidable Pro plugin.
Use conditional logic to tailor forms to each user and show only the fields that need to be seen.
Check out how smart it can make your forms.
We were able to streamline our internal workflow for communications projects, purchasing and facilities by creating forms that are not only contextual, but conditional. These forms ask the right questions and help to significantly shorten our workflow timeline by getting us the right answers and complete content for projects early in the process. It has changed how we work.Jeannie Lucas
Smart forms with conditional logic respond to a user's actions so they are only shown fields that are relevant to them. Users will be shown certain sections based on previous answers they've given.
They won't even see sections that aren't relevant to them based on previous answers. That means no more scrolling through irrelevant sections (potentially missing the relevant ones).
You can automatically show and hide fields, sections of fields, form submit buttons or even skip through entire pages with branching forms.
Shorter forms with fewer fields means increased conversions. You're also more likely to receive fully completed forms because there are fewer options people will want to skip.
Say a user selects Option B in one question. There's no need to show them follow up questions that only relate to Option A. You only need to show them follow up questions that relate to Option B.
Instead, create smart, dynamic forms with conditional fields to ensure that every form you build is closely tailored to and based on user selections.
Studies show that multi-page forms with progress bars further increase conversion rates. With branching forms, full pages can be skipped automatically based on user selections. Maximize form conversion rates with a combination of multi-step forms and conditional branching to make the form look and feel as frictionless as possible.
Conditional logic is something that the pros in web form design are already using.
That's why they have such a slick, streamlined experiences when you arrive on their website and fill in their forms.
Reasons why you should join the pros and start using conditional logic:
Conditional logic forms are easy to adapt and shape the way you want. Whatever your needs, conditional logic will provide a convenient solution. All it takes is a little thought from you in the beginning, and then watch your conversions increase.
Ready to simplify your forms and boost conversions? Get started with Formidable Forms Pro today to get access to incredibly handy conditional logic.
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