Create your own form

Build custom forms to collect the data you need in your care flow

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Written by Bert
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Forms enable you to collect data from any stakeholder and steer them trough the care flow. Read more in the following links on using form input to define transition logic and configure track triggers.

In this article, we will guide you through the process of creating your own form.

Create a new form

After you add a form action to a step, select "add form" in the drop-down list.

You are automatically redirected to the form builder, where you can give the form a suitable name and start adding questions.

Add a question to your form

  1. There is no point in rebuilding available and clinically proven questionnaires. Hence, we hooked up Awell Score to import validated content when you need it. Explore the question library for validated questionnaires you'd like to import.

  2. There is no point in re-creating your own custom questionnaires either. Avoid manual mistakes and overhead by using the import from JSON feature. If you have a copy of your own survey available, turn it into a JSON format and import into Awell Studio. Read more on the details here.

  3. Just drag & drop elements from the sidebar. See the list below of available elements to support your user experience.

Form builder elements

The following elements are available for composing your custom form:

  • Layout elements:

    • Description - use it to section or add a description to your form

  • Select elements:

    • Single select - use it when your stakeholder should only provide one answer

    • Multiple select - use it when your stakeholder can provide more than one answer

    • Yes / No - a Boolean question that can be used if only yes and no are answer options

    • Slider - allows the stakeholder to provide an answer based on a scale

  • Text elements:

    • Date - allows the stakeholder to pick a date

    • Number - use it when you only want numbers as an input, like age or weight

    • Short text - allows your stakeholder to answer with a short line of text

    • Long text - allows your stakeholder to answer with a long text

To return to building your care flow, click on the back button in the top left corner of your screen.

๐Ÿ‘€ tip: There's more ground to cover when working with forms; you can also encode answer values and add visibility conditions to your questions. And when you're done building a form, you can always edit an existing form. Take your time reading through these links, it will be worth your while.

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