Formidable Forms: Multi-Step Forms To Reduce Form Abandonment

Meanwhile it is actually standard that site visitors can contact you with questions of any kind via a contact form. For websites based on WordPress, the use of a form builder plugin such as Formidable Forms is obviously a good idea. But sometimes you may need a more complex form. In this case multi-step forms are a good choice.

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Multi-Step Forms

If you have ever purchased something online, you have probably used a multi-step form. The reasons for this are quite obvious. When a user is confronted with a form that seems endless, chances are very high that he or she either doesn’t start to fill out the form at all or stops in the middle. For some, the thought inevitably arises that it is quicker to drive into town and buy the item at a local store. And you could go for a coffee while doing so – at least when the coronavirus lockdown is finally a thing of the past.

By dividing a form into multiple steps, there are a lot of benefits:

  • Increased conversions
  • Less form abandonment
  • Improved user experience (UX)

And of course, multi-step forms aka multi-page forms or multi-part forms are a key feature of Formidable Pro! They even come with a progress bar feature. Give it a try today. You’re backed by Formidable Forms 14-day money back guarantee! But you will certainly not need to use it…

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PS: Did you know that Formidable Forms now comes with pricing fields and e-commerce functionality?


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