The form builder is the tool you use to edit or customize your lead form. The fields listed on the Form Builder are the fields that appear on your lead form. Use the Form Builder to:
- Add data fields to your lead form
- Change the order of data fields on your lead form
- Move a data field from on tab to another tab
- Create a new tab on your lead form
Click From Builder on the Administration submenu
The fields on the Form Builder are grouped under the blue ‘tab’ rows. These groups correspond to the tabs on the edit/view lead page. In the image below, the blue ‘tab’ rows are Borrower Information and Co-Borrower Information.
In the image below you can also see that the Contact Information row is colored and the next 10 fields are indented slightly. This indicates that these fields appear on the lead form as a collapsible section.
See in the above example the visible blue group name rows are Borrower information and Co-Borrower Information. Note that these groups are the first two tabs on the view/edit lead page.
Notice that the first 11 fields in the Contact Information tab are grouped in blue. There is a button on the right of this blue area displaying a small white line. Click this button to collapse this section of the data.
Pictured below is the same lead form with the Contact Information section collapsed.
Form Builder – Using the Form Builder
On the right side of the Form Builder interface are columns that control the functionality of your lead form. Some of the values in these columns display fixed values while others are live links that you can click to edit some piece of how the lead form works.
Examples of clickable values are:
Printable: Click this to toggle between yes and no to determine if you want the field to print when the lead is printed.
Lendersafe: Click this to toggle between yes and no to determine if you want the field to appear on your Lendersafe lead form page.
Edit: Click the Edit link to launch the add/edit field popup. It is on the add/edit field popup where you can edit the fixed values in the columns on theform builder, such as “Required” and “Visible”
Note in this example, the message, “Mapped Fields Cannot Be Edited”. This field cannot be edited.
Unmapped fields can be edited. Editing options include:
Title: This is the name that displays on the lead form
Data Type: What kind of data is captured in this field? There are many options but some examples are “text”, “number”, “date”, “money”
Visible to User: Determines if the field is displayed on the users webform
Group: Determines the group in which the field will appear
Section: Determines the section in which the field will appear
Tool Tip: Input text that will display when the user rolls over this field on the lead form
Required: Check this box if you want to stipulate that the user MUST have a value in this field
Filterable: If you want the user to be able to filter by this field, check this box
When you are making changes to your your lead form in the form builder, click the Preview button to display the lead form as it would look with your current changes.
Delete a Field on form builder
It is not possible for clients to delete fields in Velocify LeadManager™. Deleting certain fields could result in significant problems in your database so for the protection of the client, this is a function that is controlled by LeadManager.