Step 1: This is the area where you start setting up your form.
You can use a Gabbart Form that has been pre-made by using the drop down and then select Preview Form to see what it looks like. If you wish to use that form you will collect use form.
The submit to section is for placing the emails of the people you wish to get the form submissions. If you add multiple emails you separate them with commas.
The sub-title section is where you can add a title to the form that might be different than the name of the page.
The message section allows for you to type addition information you may wish the submitter to know before they fill out the form.
This area allows you to set the styling of the form. There are two options.
Simple Settings allows you to pick the style and color that applies to every element in the form.
Advanced settings gives you more options to customize and the ability to add different
Step 3: This allows you to set what inputs will show up to be filled out by the end user. There are text areas, check boxes, and even an area to allow you to upload files. There are many options you can use, and for most you can set the Character limitations both min and max as well as requiring a field to be filled out before the form can be submitted.
This is the final step of the form and here you can either type up a completion message or use the default. This is also the step where you save your form.
The gear in the top right hand corner allows you to edit the page settings and themes. Here you can set the background color, set a theme, and you can also access page settings here.
In page settings you're able to set sidebars, make a custom url name for the page or even password protect the form.