Allow multiple columns for landing page forms
You currently can not create a form that is more than one column. The forms can be too lengthy and not enough options. Calendar option, automatic fill-in, etc. . . .
This is available to all customers using HubSpot COS Forms. Learn how here! http://help.hubspot.com/articles/KCS_Article/Forms/Can-I-create-a-form-with-multiple-columns
I read the description , that is really amazing about the landing page
I am ninja at landing page creation , so lets getting started with me if you willing to work with me
Molly Wolfberg commented
Hi guys! Molly from HubSpot's beta program here. If you are interested in participating in this beta, please send me an email. Keep in mind, we require feedback from our beta participants, so you will be required to help us out as we work to improve this!
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Doug Heindel commented
I would like to be in the beta group please.
I would like to be a beta test please!
Caron Arnold commented
Me! I would like to access this feature, please. :) Thank you for developing it.
Wouter Verhoog commented
To make this a priority, would not be a bad idea, guys.. :)
Working on something so simple since September is a shame. It really isn't complicated _AT_ALL_ .
Adam Casey commented
Any news on this? We would be eager to beta test this too.
Any idea on a time frame for this? Thanks!
Emilee Pogosov commented
It would be great if they worked like the email template builder! Please let us know once its in beta and we would be happy to test!
AdminHubSpotter (Admin, HubSpot) commented
I'll repeat myself, but check out our documentation on how you can do this: https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/methods/forms/advanced_form_options
More out-of-the box styling coming soon!
AdminHubSpotter (Admin, HubSpot) commented
You might be able to do this with some custom CSS. Here is detailed documentation on our attributes: https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/methods/forms/advanced_form_options
We will be thinking more about this as we tackle the lay-out of survey-related questions.
I am also interested in multiple column forms (with just one "submit" button). It's daunting for the customer to see such long lists and often discourages them from filling it out. Pushing and pulling the design, in this case, can help ease customers.
We often have a couple of small paragraphs off to the left and this loooooong form on the right. It's odd looking.
I am also interested in being a beta tester.
this thread seems a bit outdated...but if there is an opportunity to beta test two-column forms, I would be very interested!
Alan Burgess commented
Having multiple culumns for forms would allow form based landing pages to be designed above the scroll line.
From Matt @ big city moving company:
We have always used long estimate forms on our website. It is a very useful tool for customers because using our form might encourage them to think about all of their belongings when trying to get info for a move.
The way the form is set up now, it's always going to be one line of data = one line on the form. We had arranged it as a table, with 3 columns, so that it didn't look so long.
Also, in relation to this, we receive emails back for our forms. They include every line of blank data, which is useless for us. We spent a lot of time and money customizing our old forms so that the only data emailed was the lines that the customer entered information on.
This will be a very useful tool for movers, as well as any customer who might have a lengthy but useful form.
Thanks for your suggestion. We are currently working on adding in new capabilities for our forms and landing pages. If you'd be interested in participating in user testing and giving us feedback, please let me know!
FYI updated the idea to reflect multiple columns in particular.
Calendar option - this is a separate idea
Automatic fill-in - this is already possible
Mapping additional fields to Salesforce - this is possible, you just need to create the additional fields in Salesforce first
Can we also have more options for correlation with SF fields - we have had to map some of our form data to inappropriate SF fields (as forced by HS) and then create a mess in salesforce data as a results (e.g. putting a polling question response into our Industry field in SF.com because we can't map it to the Lead "description" or "notes" fields which would be more appropriate).