Learn how to build and edit your application forms.
Building your application and evaluation forms in AcceleratorApp - the native form builder allows you to create the different types of forms you need for both your applications processing and coaching/mentoring needs.
You can build Application Forms and Evaluation Forms
Application Forms are the forms your applicants will fill to apply to your services after they create their account.
Evaluation Forms can be used in the context of application review or coaching/mentoring.
Navigate through Admin Panel > Forms Settings. Here, you will find all your existing forms. To create a new one, click the blue
Create New Form button on the upper right of the screen. Name the form, so it’s meaningful to you, then select which type of form you want to build - Application or Evaluation. If you want to add more languages, select them in the dropdown menu.
Once you get to the form builder, you will have types of questions on the left and your form canvas on the right side. To add questions to your form, Drag n Drop question types from the left and place them in the form on the right.
For each question you may choose to:
While in the form builder, your work will automatically save as you make changes to them. If you want to make sure by saving it your self feel free to click on the Save button.
Now a saved from is not going to show up the way you last saved unless you also published the latest version. A form must be published to be usable in the rest of the application.
If you want to look at what your form will look like, please click on preview, which will show you want the form to look like once in use.
When you have a multi-lingual form, you will be able to switch the language of the current form from the top right corner of the form. In there, you will be able to translate your form from English into whichever other target languages you have selected.
We offer all the question types you need to collect the data you want from your applicants. You can make questions required or not, add descriptions to provide clarity and add validations to set parameters to ensure you get the type of content or amount of data you’re looking for.
Evaluation forms offer weighted scales. Choose a relative weight for each criterion being scored - in an application context; these scores can be viewed in aggregate, allowing you to sort your applicants based on their average scores and the average score for each criterion independently.
Single and multiple-choice options can be used to collect votes from your evaluators on whether to accept, reject, or move applicants to different programs.