Learn about basic Wufoo form functionality and find helpful guides on each topic.
|Naming Forms||How to name your form(s).|
|Adding Form Fields||How to add fields to a form.|
|Learning about Form Fields||Learn about what each form field does and what instances they might be useful in.|
|Form Settings||How to customize your form settings.|
|Adding Form Rules||Want your form to be reactive to user inputs or email different groups based on responses? Set that up in the Form Rules.|
|Setting Up Notifications||How to set up/change to be notified of new form responses by email|
|Embedding Wufoo on OU Campus||How to post your form within OU Campus.|
|Adding a Form Password||Need to password-protect your form? Learn how to apply privacy settings to your forms|
|Accessing the Entry Manager||How to review your entries and edit responses.|
|Extracting Form Entries||How to export responses to an excel document.|
|Prefilled Forms||You can create a pre-filled form customized to each responder with Wufoo and Wufood.|
|Report Builder||The Report Builder allows you to analyze, visualize and share the data collected by your Wufoo forms.|
When you create a report, it’s nice to be able to drive home the significance of specific pieces of data. While tabular data is great, you may want to provide summary data, charts or graphs to help your users grasp the deeper meaning behind a particular field.
This is where widgets in Wufoo come in. A widget is a visual element which, when added to a report, helps visualize / organize the data for a particular field.