If you do not have the time and energy to go through the comprehensive guide, then go through this video tutorial series (available in HD). It will help you quickly understand the working of the system and dive right in.
Common how tos and tutorials related to eForm. You will find most of your queries answered here and we will often update it from the latest questions asked from the support forum.
GDPR Compliance with eForm 4.2 and Future13
Remove asterisk from eForm question labels16
Using images as checkbox or radio labels13
Translating eForm plugin to your language15
Some common CSS rules to customize eForm
Learn how to install or update eForm plugin in your WordPress setup. You will find guides related to normal installation, multisite installation, FTP installation and also update procedures.
Activating eForm to receive automatic updates11
Requirements and Compatibility5
Normal WordPress Installation2
WordPress MultiSite Installation5
Everything related to the form builder of eForm. Learn how to properly use it and understand its different components.
Creating a password restricted form3
Adding Elements using Keyboard Shortcut1
Button type radio and checkbox1
Change eForm Progress Button Labels3
Use Buttons Element for custom form progress and linking
How to turn an eForm managed form into a complete payment system. Calculate payment amount through mathematical calculators and use PayPal and/or Stripe to collect payment.
WooCommerce Multiple Product Integration with eForm2
Supporting Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) with eForm and Stripe1
Showing WooCommerce Payment Status in Summary Table1
Accept both WooCommerce and Direct Checkout on the same form1
Offline Payments System with eForm 4.0
Learn about different gutenberg blocks eForm and add-ons contributes and how you can use them to insert forms, reports, stats, leaderboard, popup and more.
Create Login form using Gutenberg Block1
Publishing System Shortcode using Gutenberg Block1
Publishing different Leaderboard Using Gutenberg1
Publishing User Statistics for eForm using Gutenberg Block2
Add Popup Using Gutenberg Block
eForm comes with a handy shortcode generator. It means you will never need to copy paste or write your own shortcodes. Learn how to use it with your WordPress editor and embed forms, reports etc on pages or posts or even custom posts. Starting version 3, we have also introduced drag and drop widgets to place forms, trends, reports and popups on your theme sidebars and footers.
Embed eForm using Gutenberg Block1
Publishing user statistics for eForm1
Publishing form statistics for eForm7
Create Login form through eForm1
Publishing eForm through Widget
Learn how you can show/hide fields based on conditional logic. Creating advanced and interactive forms has never been made easier.
Conditional Logic on Submit Button9
Conditional Logic on containers11
Conditional logic interpretation for different elements19
Working with the conditional logic
eForm can be used to perform a bunch of core WordPress stuff, especially logging in, registering and guest blogging. Learn how to use them in this series.
Create User Profile Update form with eForm5
Update/Add User Meta through eForm4
Guest Blogging with eForm – Articles from WordPress Frontend8
Create WordPress Registration Form with eForm7
Create Login form through eForm
Working with third party integration available with eForm. Use your form to connect with newsletter and other CRM software.
Using Custom Values and Format Strings in Integrations additional fields2
Elementor integration with eForm1
Instant Subscription before submitting the form1
Convertkit Integration with eForm WordPress Form Builder2
MailWizz Integration with eForm
Learn about all quiz related features built right into eForm. It includes (but not limited to) scoring, designation, timer, stopwatch etc.
User input from Checkbox, Radio and Dropdown element2
Randomize Option Order for MCQ elements1
Adding Stopwatch to eForm Quizzes3
Showing correct and wrong answers to users1
Adding Timer to Quiz
Everything about form submission and submission time calculations, notification and sharing.
Adding additional rows and page based scores to the submission summary table4
Customize Emails in eForm WordPress Form Builder2
Sending emails to admin against Text Input3
Add Form Elements in Redirect URL3
Send Notification Email to Admins
Learn how to effectively manage the submissions made to your form. Everything is saved in a database. You can edit them, send notification emails and so many other things.
Modifying Trackback Page per form1
Quick Export of Submissions in CSV1
Managing Administrator Remarks in eForm Form Submissions
eForm integrates smartly with WordPress user system. This enables you to give some "extra features" to your registered users, like checking their old submissions, tracking changes, checking scores etc. Learn how to setup the User Portal.
eForm gives you an effective platform to seamlessly generate reports for submissions made to individual forms. Learn how to use this feature to quickly analyse the data.
Publishing user statistics for eForm1
Publishing form statistics for eForm1
eForm Leaderboard Functionality1
eForm Enhanced Submission Report & Analysis3
Filtering eForm Reports
We have more to give. Learn about other cool things you can do with eForm - WordPress Form Builder.
Google Analytics Event Tracking with eForm2
Automatic Scrolling through tabs & elements0
eForm Kiosk setup – Reset after submission0
Using eForm URL Tracking for viral marketing1
Categorizing eForm Forms
Fixing forever loading forms on TheGem theme1
Fixing missing or blank section in PDF exports4
Custom Popup Trigger for Other Editors2
Fixing forever loading forms on cloudflare cache1
Fixing Redirection issue after update
eForm comes with a handful of Application Programming Interface (API). All of them are nothing but hooks and filters inherited from WordPress itself. If you are a developer and would like to extend the functionality, then this is where you can learn from.