Configuring Online Forms Settings

You now have the ability to control who has access to configure online form packets and as well as who can view form packet submissions.

To control user access to Online Forms go to the App Store and click “Configure” on the Online Forms app:

Here you will see the two settings: (1) Select the teachers that can configure forms and (2) Select the teachers that can review form submissions. Simply add the teachers’ name into the box to give them access:

There are two other settings that can be turned on here, the new “Advanced Settings” (which are described below) as well as the Online Forms tab in the student record which is described in more detail in its own article on our support site “Online forms tab in the student record”.

New “Advanced Settings” Section

There are now two sections under Online Forms settings when configuring form packets. The first section is “Form Packet Settings”:

Second is the newly added “Advanced settings” section. When you check the “Enable Advanced Settings” box when configuring the Online Forms app. the following advanced settings get turned on:

Multi-Step Configuration

For form packets with many forms you may want to organize your forms into multiple steps. This helps users as they can proceed methodically through each step.

If you choose to use a Multi-Step configuration your form packet will be organized by steps instead of forms. You will be able to add forms to each step in the form packet:

Supported Languages

The Online Forms app supports adding forms in several languages:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Arabic
  • French
  • Vietnamese

The form will be shown to users based on their selected language preference. So, for example, if you choose to enable a form packet for Spanish, only users who have their language preference set to Spanish in their account will see the form packet.

NOTE: Form Packets currently can only support one language per packet, if you need a form packet to be added in different languages you will need to add a separate packet for each language.


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