Advancement Form supports a number of different field types that allow you to customize your form. Each form has a set of Default Fields and then as many Custom Fields as you need.
These fields are included with every form. They cannot be deleted but some may be hidden. You can only modify a small portion of these fields properties.
A compound set of fields that collects First and Last Name
A compound set of fields that collects Address line 1 and 2, City, State, Zip, Country.
A field that collects a phone number.
A field that collects a valid email address.
Designation (Campaign Only)
A field that records designations and amount for giving.
Payment Schedule (Campaign Only)
A field that allows a donor to setup a payment schedule.
RSVP (Event Only)
A field that allows an event registration to RSVP yes or no.
Publish (Event Only)
A field that allows the event registrant to authorize their attendance to be published in the Attendee List or not.
A text field is a single line text field that can accept any letters or numbers.
A paragraph field is a multi-line text field that can accept any letters or numbers.
A drop down field allows a user to use a drop down selection to make a choice from a number of pre-defined choices.
A radio button shows the user several pre-defined choices and allows them to select only one. After selected, it cannot be left blank.
A check box shows the user one or several pre-defined choices for them to select. They can choose as few or as many as they want.
A quantity field looks like a text field but only accepts numbers. For events, you can choose to assign a price to this field. Assigning a price, displays the price next to the field.
An amount field looks like a text field but only accepts numbers for currency. For events, this allows you to collect additional monies like a donation along with any registration fees.
The item list field allows your users to enter a custom list of items for a field. You enter the desired text and then click add to add the item to the list. On the confirmation page, it shows the comma separated list of items.
This is not really a field but an area that lets you insert custom HTML content.
Last Updated: February 17, 2014