Form management

Each form has a management page. To access this page, click on the name of the form in My Forms.

Inspect form view


Displays information about the current state of the form, and management options. At the top right there are two buttons:

Below these buttons form details are listed:

  • Name: displays the name of the form.
  • Last answer: displays when the last answer to the form was received. See Manage answers.
  • Public URL: displays the public URL of the form. Share this URL so others can answer the form.
    • It will be blue when the URL is publicly accessible and it will become a regular link.
    • It will be gray when the URL is not publicly accessible.
  • Public: makes the form publicly accessible (True) or not (False).
  • Fediverse: share the form on the Fediverse, a distributed social media network of federated, independent and interconnected servers.
  • New answer: if set to True, you will be notified each time you receive a new answer to this form.
  • Expiration: sets the expirary conditions. False by default. See more.
  • Editors: shares editor access via email. Not shared by default. See more.
  • Shared answers: sends notifications via email on new form answer. See more.
  • Invitations: displays pending Guest invitations. See more.
  • Restricted access: makes the form private, so only people logged in can answer to it. False by default. See more.
  • Confirmation: if enabled, sends an email to whom answered the form, to notify them that the answer was sent well.
    • This option will show up only if you enter a Short text element asking for an email address (Type).
  • DPL (Data Protection Law): appends an agreement text to the form. Disabled by default. Use the button Personalize to edit the text.

After replying to the form

The users see a text just after they have sent the answer.
You can edit that text clicking the button Edit text on the top right side of this section, and confirm the changes clicking Save.

Edit text on After replying to the form

Other options

  • View log: check all changes made to this form.
  • Duplicate form: use this form as a template to create a new form.
    Note that, as it is a new form, you will have to set a new URL and preview and save it. See Form editor.
  • Embed form: shows above an HTML code to embed the form in a website.
  • Delete form and answers: allows you to delete the form and all its answers.


A preview of the form as it is seen on the Internet. Click Edit form to modify it.