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Full Screen Forms

Create full forms to enhance your user's input and experience!

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Written by Justin Yan
Updated over a week ago

The Full Screen Form at Frontly is an alternative to the standard Form block. As its name entails, it's a form that takes up your user's entire page and brings a sleek and minimalist interface that's accessible and responsive to your all your user's inputs.

Overview of 'Basics' Functions

Below are the current options for each of the tabs you see below.


When creating a Full Screen Form, like any app page at Frontly, you'll need to decide on a name for it. The name you give it will be displayed in the Navigation bar with your other [ages and forms, and will allow you to distinguish among the other forms on your app if you choose to make more than one of them.


The form URL setting determines how it will be accessed within your app.

The form URL must be all lowercase with no spaces. Hyphens are allowed.

If your form URL is "onboarding", you can access your form at, or if you have a custom domain installed, it would be


This section will serve as your form contents which will typically be your questions. For each question you wish to ask your users through your form, you will need to click 'Add Item' for each one of them. Doing so will enable you to click into the 'New Field' object which opens up a modal with the following inputs.

Notice how some of the field inputs above on the left directly correspond to the values on the Full Form preview to the right.

Here is an explanation on the remaining fields in this modal:

Field ID - Giving your field an ID is what will enable you to reference it and its values anywhere in Frontly that takes in a dynamic data source like Local States, URL Parameters, Webhooks, etc.

Field Type - Select through the different options that your users will share their inputs for this particular field. Available options are Input, Options, Text Area, Date, Image, File Upload.

Validation - You can use the settings here to determine if the active field is required (to be completed) or choose among the options if the responses must abide by a specific format (if the Field Type is set to Input).

Click here to learn more about Local States

Click here to learn more about URL Parameters


Require Login

Determine if a user is required to have an account and is logged in before accessing this form.

Display Conditions

Set criteria for the types of users or circumstances that will enable your users to access the form.

Click here to learn more about Display Conditions


Submit & Complete Action

Use either of these functions to trigger a single action or a chain of actions depending on how you want your user flow to look. Generally speaking, as a start, you will likely want to create a 'Navigate Page' action to direct your users to a new part of your app once they complete or submit the form.

Click here to learn more about Custom Actions

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