Input: This element allows you to capture any type of input. It includes all the following input types as well
Input - Custom: This element allows you to capture any type of input. It includes all the following input types as well
Input - Date: This element allows you to capture input in the following date format: MM/DD/YYYY
Input - Email: This element allows you to capture an email in standard email format
Input - Number: This element allows you to capture numerical input in any format
Input - Phone: This element allows you to capture a phone number in ten-digit format (international numbers are not supported here)
Bear in mind that all of these elements will display at a fixed height of 50px, so they’re best used for shorter entries.
In the Configuration tab for each Input element, you’ll find several options. These options allow you to configure the input types you expect to receive, as well as their parameters.
Default Value: Choose a tag that will display a default value within the field
Type: Here, you can choose the type of input you expect to receive in this field. The system will validate the input received against the type you choose here, and if it’s not the specified format, then the input will be flagged as incorrect
Max Length: This field will only appear for text, email, and custom input types; use it to choose the maximum length of characters you wish to allow in this field
Input Mask: This setting appears when you choose a custom input type. It forces the input text to match your parameters. Valid characters for this setting are the following:
‘A’ for any letter
‘9’ for any number
‘*’ (asterisk) to allow both numbers and letters
‘!_@(), etc.’ to allow any special characters (of your choosing)
For example, for a phone number, you would enter (999)999-9999.