Name Field

Modified on Tue, 26 Mar 2024 at 12:38 PM

The name field is for requiring the submitter's First and Last names. The field itself has a settings section where it can be edited and modified. In the Fields section, click on the Name field to be able to edit it.

Hide label:
Set the label to be hidden or shown by switching the toggle button on/off correspondingly. 

Please note
Even if the Label is hidden, the field title will still be visible in the notification emails.
In case you would like to receive the email without the label of the field, then simply delete it manually from the Field Label textbox in the Settings.

Label of the field:
Type in the Label of the field, the title you want your users to see. 

Quick Tip
If you want to have field displayed in a single row, you can add a Name field on your form, change the label and the "First", "Last" placeholder texts and set any text you need.

Placeholder text:
Placeholder specifies a hint that describes the expected value of an input field. The text of the placeholder displayed in the field before you enter a value, and disappears when you begin typing. The text can be modified according to your needs, too. 

Field size:
Adjust the size of the field based on your preference.
Instructions for users:
Add Instructions if you want to provide additional information regarding the field. You can use this option to specify the exact input type you require from them. All form fields that require user input have an instruction box where you can add some additional information.
The instructions will be displayed above the field.
Remember to activate the Required option, to signify that the field can not be left blank (a red asterisk * next to the field will indicate that it is required).

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