Stand Alone Forms will create a form response related to the entity selected in the form designer.
If the customer is logged in question responses can be mapped to entities like the contact. If the customer is not logged in the form response will be stored related to a blank contact and you can then get the information.
This is useful for gathering ad-hoc data. If you are looking for more of a custom application you will be better served by Web Element Types.
2. Create a New Form with a title and Save
3. Launch the Designer in the Tool Bar
6. Add a Summary Page
6.1. Click New Page
6.2. Click Edit Page
6.3. Select Summary Page for Page Type
Page Name - Editable and internal
Page Type - Drop down select Question Page, Summary Page, or Text page
Page Title - Editable and will display as a heading page text on the page on the portal
Page Instructions - Editable and will appear as page text on the portal
7. Set up a Text Page as a Receipt
7.1. Click New Page
7.2. Click Edit Page
8. Using the Web Element Designer you can create the URL and embed this into your website.
9. If you are not using the Web Element Designer you can contact support to create a custom portal tab for your standard site.
If people are not logged in the form responses will be created but not linked to existing records. Staff will want to look for unrelated form responses periodically. If the related entity is Contact you may encounter blank contact records.