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Form Channel with a simple, customizable design is out now!
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Creating a survey form is really straightforward with SlashPage.
From attracting new users or collecting feedback to surveys that require different types of responses, get started with the Form channel. Engage with users, collect responses, and manage form results all within one site.
Customize your form any way you want
The best part about SlashPage Form is that it's highly customizable. You can change the cover image, theme, form width, and more. You can also insert blocks like buttons, callouts, images, and videos to include references and instructions to help guide your survey.
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You can also edit the page that appears at the end of the form
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Edit completion page at the bottom of the form to customize it.
Question types you can add
You can add a variety of question types, including short and long text, email and phone number, choice • checkbox • dropdown to create multiple choice questions, and even a file attachment box. More question types will be added!
You can adjust the form settings in the Results page
In the form channel, you can adjust the detailed settings in Results > Settings. You can start and end the survey, set a scheduled end time, limit the maximum number of responses a survey can receive, and limit a single submission per user.
💡 Download the SlashPage App to get a push notification when a new response is submitted.
For more information, check out our guide below!
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📈 Upgrade your site with our latest features!
SlashPage gets a whole new look Here's a quick overview of the three most important changes. Separate content on your site with sections Section is a feature that allows you to organize content within your site. Manage pages and channels by dividing them into sections within a single site. Especially if you don't like having all of your pages and channels on your site home! Simply put the pages and channels you don't want to see on the site home in a different section. You can manage them in other sections so they don't show up in the landing page. Tip. Keep what you're working on in the Private section When you create a new page or channel on your public site, have you ever worried that people will find it unfinished? Or do you want to keep content on your site that you don't want to share? If so, you should try the private section. Once you've finished a page or channel in a private section, you can easily drag it to any public section of your site. Add a top navigation bar The top navigation lets you put the pages and channels you want to feature at the top of your site. The top navigation is divided by section, and the top pages and channels within a section appear in a drop-down menu. Site Profile: You can set your site name, the font of your site name, whether to capitalize the first letter, and a favicon. Section: Add a section by clicking 'Add section' in the left sidebar or top navigation bar. Switch between view mode and edit mode: Click the pencil toggle to switch between view mode and edit mode without opening a new window. All settings are available in the Settings panel on the right. The settings menu, which was previously separated into the left sidebar, top toolbar, and top right menu, has been integrated into the Settings panel. You can manage page settings, design (theme), and site settings all from the right settings panel. Tip. You can customize the color of your site! After applying a theme, you can set the background color of pages and channels, text color, button color, and more in the settings panel on the right. Feel free to apply any color you want, like in the examples below! Improvements & Bug Fixes Fixed an issue in the form channel where you wouldn't be able to reorder the choices in a drop-down question. Fixed a temporary error when adding a section to a site that contained a video block. Fixed an issue where links would not be added to images Site managers, as well as site owners, can now receive notifications when new responses are submitted in a form channel. When you create an account, your nickname is now automatically generated based on our new rules, such as "Cute breeze". You can now use spaces in your nickname.
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Organize your posts, to-dos, product development roadmap, and more with Kanban channel!
You can categorize your content by status. Are you looking to better manage your writing process? Or do you want to organize and showcase your service/product development roadmap on your site, but don't know how to do it? Kanban channel allows you to organize your tasks according to their progress. For example, as shown in the image above, you can display your tasks according to the status of the tasks such as To Do, In Progress, and Done. What is 'Field'? Field is a feature that allows you to add attributes to your posts, such as status, last modified, check, or assignee. You can sort and filter by field to view and display posts in the order you want, or just the ones you want. 1️⃣ Sort: You can sort posts in ascending or descending order by selecting specific fields. 2️⃣ Filter: You can set filters to show only posts that meet certain criteria. 3️⃣ Field: You can add and delete fields, edit their names, and set them to be visible/hidden. Here's how we use it. We've made our SlashPage roadmap with the kanban channel. Tip. You can also switch a kanban channel to a list channel. Type /kanban — select the kanban channel and add it to your site now! 1. You can paste tables from other apps! Copy a table from Spreadsheet, Excel, Numbers, etc. and paste it into SlashPage. The table will be automatically formatted. 2. Copy code easily! Instead of dragging the code inside the code block, you can copy it with a single click. You can now apply your previous site name right after you change it. Comments on channel posts are now automatically saved as drafts. Fixed an issue that the preview (Open Graph) for a site with a custom domain would not work. Fixed an issue that the Export feature would not work. Images would not be placed inside a quote block.
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The simplest way to organize your content: List channel!
You can display your posts in a list format, with specified fields Have you ever struggled to organize various content in a single space, but didn't know how to categorize it? From simple notes to articles, documents, and more, the List channel is the place to start. You can add a variety of fields to organize them by their features and status. What is 'Field'? Field is a feature that allows you to add attributes to your posts, such as status, last modified, check, or assignee. You can sort and filter by field to view and display posts in the order you want, or just the ones you want. 1️⃣ Sort: You can sort posts in ascending or descending order by selecting specific fields. 2️⃣ Filter: You can set filters to show only posts that meet certain criteria. 3️⃣ Field: You can add and delete fields, edit their names, and set them to be visible/hidden. Here's how we use it. We organize drafts for What's new in the list channel. Tip. You can also switch a list channel to a kanban channel. Type /list — select the list channel and add it to your site now!
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