2- Settings

This is section where the general settings of your form are made.

General

You can arrange name, title, description and language preferences of your form from here. Title and description information are going to be shown on the page to which you add the form.

You can also use here to make your form active or inactive.

You can edit the date format settings here in your form submissions.

Conditional Logic

Here our magic screen is..

You can see the “when form onload” ruler on the first rank which is opened automatically for the things you can do when the form is uploaded.

Please click on the “Add Action” button if you want to add actions more than one on the “when form onlad” rule. You are going to see “Show” and “Hide” options. You are also going to see the available elements on your form when you click on the box near it. You can choose the elements you want to hide or show (when form onload) from here.

You can see by clicking on the “Add Rule” button that you can define more flexible rules.

Please enter the guide for the detailed Conditional Logic guide. You can take action if one or all of the conditions are valid for the new rules you added and for all of your elements.

Submissions

You can limit complete application that will be made to your form.

Submission Limit: The form is displayed until the reach submission limit. Zero means you can get unlimited submissions. Submission end of date: You can set the due date and time for your form.

Privacy

Within the context of General Data Protection Regılation(GDPR), the contract link (Privacy Policy page) is added under your form. You can also edit the text. However, please note that you must write {privacy_policy} on your contract page in order to give link.

Save User IP to Database: You can save IP of your visitors who fill out the form in submission. Save User-Agent Info to database: You can save device info of your visitors who fill out the form in submission. Save Registered User Info to database: If the visitor who fills out the forms is a member of your website, you can save it in submission with this option. Enable CSRF Token: Cross-site request forgery (also known as CSRF) is a web security vulnerability that allows an attacker to induce users to perform actions that they do not intend to perform.

Translations

Required Error: It is the warning message given when the required sections are left uncompleted. Next Button: If you have more than one page, you can edit next button text that appears at the end of the page. Previous Button: If you have more than one page, you can edit previous button text that appears at the end of the page. Max File Size: It is the warning message given for the file upload size limit for the File Upload element. Allowed File Types: It is the warning message given for the allowed file types for the File Upload element.