When you create your first Tally form, you’ll notice that a form is a combination of building blocks. When you start typing you’re automatically creating a text block, but there are many more blocks to discover!
+to see the different types of form blocks you can add to your form.
Give your form a title and hit
enter. You can choose a pre-made template from our gallery, but let’s start from scratch to keep it simple.
To create a form or a survey you’ll want to insert questions and answers. You can choose from a list of pre-made questions + answer combinations. Just type
/questionto see the available options.
Alternatively, questions can be also made by inserting a
/label, and answers can be chosen separately from the list of input blocks. Just type
Select one or multiple form blocks and drag them to another position in your form. To delete blocks, hit
backspace, to duplicate them use copy
Questions are required by default and marked with a
*to make the question optional or not required.
::on the left of an input block to open block options. Depending on the input block, there are different options available:
- Make the block required (click
*to make an input block optional)
- Duplicate the block
- Set a character limit: minimum or maximum number of characters or choices
- Add images to multiple choice questions
- Add conditional logic and hide or show blocks
To create a multiple-page form, insert pages by typing
/page. You can rename a page by clicking the page number.
A Thank You page is the message your respondents see after they submitted the form. Use the toggle on top of your last page to create a custom Thank You page.
If you don't add a Thank You page, a default one will be shown at the end of your form.
Previewto test your form and
Publishit to get the sharing link.