From the admin dashboard, click Forms > New Form. Here you will be presented with a box asking for the Title and Description of the new form. You must give your form a name before you can begin, but you can change that name later if needed. Once you’ve filled out the field(s), click Create Form.

The form field toolbox on the right-hand side of the page consists of an accordion interface that allows you to select which field types you would like to add to your form.

Standard Fields: These fields are designed to be basic and flexible.  Find options like single-line text, drop down lists, etc here.

Useful for: collecting basic information.

NOTE: Do not use these fields to collect any information about the user like name, email address, phone, etc. 

Advanced fields are explained below and should be used to collect any user info.

Advanced FieldsThese fields enable advanced formatting of regularly used fields such as Name, Email, Address, etc.

Useful for: collecting any specific information.

Post FieldsThese fields allow you to add fields to the form that create draft posts based on the user's submission.

Useful for creating UXi testimonials from user-submitted information.

Pricing Fields: These fields can be used to calculate prices for selling basic products or make calculations.

Useful for: calculations, selling products

To add a form field to your form simply click on the field you would like to add and it will be added to the bottom of your form.

You may edit individual form fields by hovering over the field you would like to edit and click on the Edit link. This will display the field editor interface and enable you to fine tune the available field options. To reorder fields on your form, drag and drop them to arrange them in the desired order.

After you have edited the Form Settings and added your desired Form Fields, click the Update Form button at the bottom of the form editor to save your new form.

As of a February 2017 update, all UXi Forms will automatically include the following in each entry:

Tracking URL is the URL of the page where the form entry was made. This tells us where the submission came from. If custom meta information is available in the URL, it will be included here.

Referral URL is the URL of the page which referred the user to the page where they made their form entry, allowing us to know where the traffic is coming from. This tells us where the user was before they made their entry.

User IP is the user's IP address.