Forms are made up of different types of form blocks:
- One welcome block
- Followed by as many question blocks as you like
- Lastly, one or more results blocks, each with a label
The welcome block is the first thing the students see when they open a form. You can add an image, a title, and text to the welcome block.
Question blocks display a question and record a student's answer. A form can have as many question blocks as you like. Question blocks are displayed one after another in the campus app. You can add an image to a question block and you can supply text to provide a hint to the user. You can set a question as “Required” so students must answer that question to proceed.
Question blocks can prompt the user to enter text or numbers (integers or decimals). Or, you can prompt the user to choose from a list of options (multiple-choice), or select multiple items from a list (multiple selections).* You can also create Yes/No questions.
Using question blocks, you can prompt students to upload a photo. For example, as part of a pre-screening form, you could require students to take a photo of their temperature and submit it as the answer to a question about having a fever.
Lastly, a form has one or more results blocks. After answering the questions in your form, students will land on one of the results blocks. In the app, this appears as a concluding page. You can customize the text of each results block to display different results in the app.
Each results block has a label. This label lets you sort group students based on their responses to forms.
* Note: there is a maximum of 15 options for multiple-choice or multiple-select questions.