How To Create Multi-Page Forms – Step by Step Guide

Have you ever thought about why visitors who land on your page give up too soon?

Well! One main reason is that your website has a lengthy form that most visitors find annoying and tiresome. The simplest solution to this problem is to split your form into multiple pages. This not just increases user engagements but also boosts conversion rate, which ultimately brings more profit.

If you think that creating a multiple-page form is an uphill task, then you’re wrong. The entire process is easy and is divided into seven steps.

The following mentioned below are seven steps of creating a multiple-page form on a website.

 1. Install and Activate the Plugin

The first and foremost important step is installing and activating the WPForms. Upon installation, go to WPForms and click on Add New to make a new form.

It’s the WPForm that splits your form into multiple pages. With a new form created, name it and select the template you want to use.

Templates vary for different forms you wish to create. Here we will make a contact form, so; we’ll select the contact form template. Use the drag and drop builder feature to add additional sections in the form.

2. Split the Form

 After selecting the template by adding the Page Break option, you can divide the form into multiple pages. Like the drop and drag builder option, it’s done using fancy fields and extending the Page Break field.

3. Modify Progress Bar

 You need to make the visitors aware of how much form is left, and for this, you need to make changes in the progress bar. Firstly, click on the first-page break section.

A panel will appear in the form editor, and from here you can select the progress bar of your choice. Similarly, if you customize the next page, tap on a page break. Click on the save button to save all settings.

4. Design Form Settings

Click on settings and then visit general settings to set up form name, description, spam avoidance, submit button text, and GDPR enhancements. The function of these settings are as follow:


  • Form Name: You can change the name of the form if you want
  • Description: Describe briefly what the form is all about.
  • Prevents Spam: Because of increasing cyber-attacks, use the ReCaptcha or honeypot option to avoid forms of spam.
  • Submit Button Text: Change the copy on the submit button.
  • GDPR Enhancements: It prevents you from storing any sensitive information regarding the user like their IP address.

Don’t forget to save all these settings.

 5. Configure Notifications

Go to settings and then notification bar to configure notification settings. Set the notification ON to receive alerts whenever someone submits a form.

To make the clients feel more valued, you can use Smart Tags when users submit their forms by sending them an email notification that their response has been recorded.

6. Configure Form Confirmations

 There are three ways to appreciate visitors’ efforts to fill out the form. It’s up to you which one to choose. Visit settings and then confirmation. You’ll be shown three options.

  • Message
  •  Go to URL
  • Show Page

Click on the confirmation type and finally add new confirmation.

7. Add Form to Your Website

 In the last step, add this multiple-page form on your website. Visit the update setting option, click on inside the first block, and finally add the WPFormsicon.

Wrapping up

Multiple-page form improves user experience and helps in making more money than expected.

You can also collect clients’ information and use relevant information like email addresses and contact details for later marketing purposes.


By following these steps above, you can quickly create multiple-page forms for your website and enjoy the wonders it offers.

Sign up for the WPForms here and start creating multiple page forms now.

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