You can collect all types of inputs, responses, feedback, or any other desired information from your end-users, all of this without requiring any additional coding or engineering resources, simply by using Userpilot's native form fields and radio buttons.
Userpilot forms include three patterns that assure you to further increase your engagement with your end-users: Input, large Input, and radio buttons.
Common use cases
- Collecting end-users contact details and data such as emails, phone numbers, websites URLs, etc.
- Getting feedback and thoughts on a newly implemented design.
- Collecting the date of establishments for your end-users companies.
- Getting info from users who didn't complete certain Userpilot flows.
- Asking multiple-choice questions on whether your users like a certain feature or not.
Creating a form
- To find your form options, first, create any UI pattern.
- Hover the mouse pointer on the section you want to hold a form. The X button displays.
- Click the X button. A new panel displays.
- Hover over to Forms and then select the intended form pattern.
- You can simply insert a label and a place holder.
Note: The form must have a label in order for the responses to be saved.
- You can even make it required to fill certain inputs.
- Your end-users have to simply fill in their response.
Where can I view form responses?
You can view responses on a user basis by choosing responses from the User Identification dropdown that is available on the Users page in your Userpilot's dashboard.
After choosing responses, you can set user identification conditions to have a more clear overview of your users' responses. Each response will appear under it's unique label.
Note: The form must have a label in order for the responses to populate in the Userpilot dashboard.