With Tally, you can create a single-page form (with one question per page) or a multi-page form (with multiple questions per page). By default, starting a new form creates a single-page form. Read below how to set up your form for multiple pages.
You can add as many form pages as necessary — for free.
To create another form page, type
/pagein your form editor. An automatic page divider and title will be inserted. Respondents will see any text or content you add below the line on the new page.
If you want your form to show one question per page, you’ll have to add a new page after each question. There are no limits on the number of pages or questions per page you can have.
You can add a Thank you page by switching the toggle next to the last page or typing
/thankto insert one. This will be the last page respondents see after submitting the form—you can add any content there, from text to embeds.
When your page only contains one question per page, you can allow respondents to auto-jump to the next page without clicking the
Nextbutton. Instead, they can click one of the answer options and the form will automatically take them to the next question.
Auto-jump is only available for multiple choice, dropdown, rating, or linear scale questions.
Auto-jumping to the next page is disabled by default. To enable it:
- Open the form you want to add auto-jump to
- Click on
Settingsat the top of your navbar
- Scroll down to the
- Toggle the
Auto-jump to next pagesetting