Making Your Project Public

Your project is private by default: only you can see it. When you’re ready to publish, press the “Share your project” button in the alert at the top of the page.

The Share your project button.

You can also click the “Edit” link in the page header, and select “Share” from the project wizard.

The Share page in the project wizard

There are a few ways to take your project live:

Make this project private. This is the default setting where only you can see your project. Press the “Preview your landing page” to see it on forms.fm.

Make this project private setting.

Embed on your own site. When you choose this option, your form will not be available to respondents on Screendoor. Instead, you can copy the embed code and paste it into the code for your website.

Project embed code

Publish on Screendoor. When you publish your project on forms.fm, you can decide whom to share it with.

Choosing among Publish on Screendoor options.

  • Your organization. All the users within your Screendoor organization can see your form. (They won’t, however, have permission to view and rate responses unless you explicitly invite them.)
  • Anyone with the link. Only people with the link can see your form.
  • The world. Anyone can access your form. It will also be accessible from your organization’s forms.fmlanding page.

If you would like to publish your project page but postpone giving respondents access to the form itself, you can set a launch date for the submission period.

Once you’ve shared your project, whether on Screendoor or your own site, you can invite your team to review responses with you. To do so, press the “What’s next?” banner at the bottom of the page.

Inviting your team from the Share page.


F.A.Q.

I accidentally deleted one of the pre-installed templates. Can I recover it?

Yes! Simply click “Restore default templates” at the bottom of the “Templates” page.


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