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Virus Exposure

Eliminate Unnecessary Exposure

As the world is shifting toward contactless business, completing forms should not be overlooked. When completing a form in an office setting, not only are you exposed to other individuals but also risk contracting viruses by handling items that others have touched.

  • Pens
  • Clipboards
  • Pad of forms

Why ask your clients, customers or staff to risk their health, when you could offer them the convenience of completing necessary paperwork from the safety and comfort of their home?

Not only does this add convenience, it also saves you, or your staff time by eliminating additional disinfecting. While we are unsure of what tomorrow will bring, utilizing online forms will be the preferred choice in the future.

Get Comfortable With Conditional Logic

What is conditional logic?

Conditional logic is a powerful tool used to hide, or show additional fields when creating forms. By utilizing conditional logic, you will eliminate unnecessary fields on all your forms.

A good example of conditional logic is an application for employment. When completing the application, you might be asked to enter your employment history. When you are entering information in this area, you would enter your most recent employer, and then check a box indicating if you have additional employment history.

If you select the no box, you would continue completing the application by moving to the next section. If you select the yes box, this is where conditional logic would populate an additional area to add another past employer.

You would use conditional logic for employment history, education and references on an employment application. The possibilities are endless and make form entry a breeze.