With Addo Forms, you can create an electronic form, which is either sent by e-mail to a recipient or made available via a link. This form can then be filled out by the recipient and may involve multiple questions.
You can get more knowledge about Addo Forms here.
Where can I set up my template?
You will find Addo Forms in your settings. From here, you choose "Create new form".
When you access the tab, you can click "Add..." where you will see more options for choosing the question type and setting up your template.
When you select "Add..." you will be able to choose between a number of options.
For each option, it is possible to select "Mandatory". This gives the recipient no choice but to reply before the form can be approved.
You can also choose "Prefill when sending", which means that you as the sender must fill in the information before sending the form.
Options for setting up the template
Title - You can provide titles for sections or questions here.
Text - You can use text here to specify what the form is about.
Single-line text answer - You can ask a question here that requires a short answer from the recipient.
Multi-line text answer - You can ask a question here, where your recipient will have the opportunity to give a longer answer.
Radio buttons - Here you can give your recipient several answer options when answering a question, but only a single answer can be selected. If "Has dependents" is checked and the recipient selects a reply, you as the sender can "Add dependent component". This means that the recipient must elaborate on his/her answer, where you again get the same options as under "Add...". In other words, the recipient with this feature may be required to answer additional questions or upload a file for that answer.
Checkboxes - You can allow your recipient to tick several answers to a question.
File upload - You can require the recipient to upload a file that you as the sender will subsequently be able to download.
Date - You can allow your recipient to select a date in a calendar.
As shown below, you will be able to "Enable public link" at the bottom of Addo Forms. You can read much more about this here.
Example of an Addo Form - types and options