Form Features

Form Features

Form Features

  1. Start Screens

WorkHack currently offers two configurations of start screens to collect basic or necessary details from each respondent. These two are:

  • B2B Focus - This start screen has 7 basic fields: Name, Email, Phone Number, Company, Job Function, and Job Level.

  • B2C Focus - This start screen has 3 basic fields: Name, Email, and Phone Number.


  1. WorkHack Input Library

Along with creating your own new input or question to ask, WorkHack Form Builder includes a library of pre-configured data points you can collect from your users. This is a constantly evolving library, and we recommend reviewing and updating the data points before use.


  1. Data Types

How likely are your users to respond to a question depends greatly on how you ask it. For this, WorkHack offers 10 Data Types to collect inputs. These are:

  • Story Page: Use this to talk to your users in between forms. Add images or gifs, and format text to create an impact.

  • Short Text: This allows users to submit free-form text. If you want a short written answer, you can use this. Users can submit 0-999 characters.

  • Rating: This makes it possible for your users to submit scores on a 1-10 scale using star or heart visual cues.

  • Scale Slider: You can use this for questions that require a range of input from users or as an alternative to the Likert scale. The minimum, maximum, and step values can be set manually.

  • Single and Multi Select: Use this when you want users to choose one or many answers from pre-defined categories or options.

  • Date and Time: You can use this to allow form fillers to choose a date and time. There are three different formats for this on the Form Builder.

  • Embed: You can use this to embed Calendly or any other links and request user inputs.

  • File Upload: This allows you to get users to upload a file in any format as a part of their form journey. We currently support file sizes up to 500KB.


  1. Conditional Branching

You can use Conditional Branching to create forms that head down different paths and questions depending on people’s answers. This is a great way to give your customers a highly custom experience and make sure that they only see questions relevant to them.

WorkHack Form Builder currently supports conditional branching on all data types based on "in" and "not in" operations.


  1. AI Features

The WorkHack Form Builder includes 4 key AI Features that enable you to deliver form-filling experiences like never before.

  • AI Context - Add context to a question. The AI Engine will share in case they hesitate while answering questions or don’t know.


Tell the users why the question is important. 

“We are collecting your Identity information because we need it to 
  progress with your application.


  • AI Validations - Create a natural language rule for data validation. The AI Engine will ask for intelligent follow-ups.


Set a natural language rule to avoid rogue answers. 

“Should be a clear and concise description of the customer's problem 
  that our product/service can solve. It should not contain any 
  irrelevant or unnecessary information.


  • Smart Buckets - Create a question and predefined answer categories. The AI Engine will ask for intelligent follow-ups.


Pre-define the response category and nudge the user for more info.

Question: “What are your health goals?Buckets: Diet, Sleep, Fitness, Emotional Health


  • Hyperpersonalization - This happens automatically with each answer. You can make the most of this by asking questions that get the uniqueness of people.


  1. End Screens

The end screen of your form can be critical to moving your users from one stage of their buying journey to another.

WorkHack Forms currently offer two end-screen variations:

  • Default End Screen: This shows the form filler a record of all their answers, along with the option to edit any.

  • Call To Action End Screen: This allows you to add a Thank You message and leave the form filler with two clickable buttons linking out to external websites for the next action they can take.

  1. Start Screens

WorkHack currently offers two configurations of start screens to collect basic or necessary details from each respondent. These two are:

  • B2B Focus - This start screen has 7 basic fields: Name, Email, Phone Number, Company, Job Function, and Job Level.

  • B2C Focus - This start screen has 3 basic fields: Name, Email, and Phone Number.


  1. WorkHack Input Library

Along with creating your own new input or question to ask, WorkHack Form Builder includes a library of pre-configured data points you can collect from your users. This is a constantly evolving library, and we recommend reviewing and updating the data points before use.


  1. Data Types

How likely are your users to respond to a question depends greatly on how you ask it. For this, WorkHack offers 10 Data Types to collect inputs. These are:

  • Story Page: Use this to talk to your users in between forms. Add images or gifs, and format text to create an impact.

  • Short Text: This allows users to submit free-form text. If you want a short written answer, you can use this. Users can submit 0-999 characters.

  • Rating: This makes it possible for your users to submit scores on a 1-10 scale using star or heart visual cues.

  • Scale Slider: You can use this for questions that require a range of input from users or as an alternative to the Likert scale. The minimum, maximum, and step values can be set manually.

  • Single and Multi Select: Use this when you want users to choose one or many answers from pre-defined categories or options.

  • Date and Time: You can use this to allow form fillers to choose a date and time. There are three different formats for this on the Form Builder.

  • Embed: You can use this to embed Calendly or any other links and request user inputs.

  • File Upload: This allows you to get users to upload a file in any format as a part of their form journey. We currently support file sizes up to 500KB.


  1. Conditional Branching

You can use Conditional Branching to create forms that head down different paths and questions depending on people’s answers. This is a great way to give your customers a highly custom experience and make sure that they only see questions relevant to them.

WorkHack Form Builder currently supports conditional branching on all data types based on "in" and "not in" operations.


  1. AI Features

The WorkHack Form Builder includes 4 key AI Features that enable you to deliver form-filling experiences like never before.

  • AI Context - Add context to a question. The AI Engine will share in case they hesitate while answering questions or don’t know.


Tell the users why the question is important. 

“We are collecting your Identity information because we need it to 
  progress with your application.


  • AI Validations - Create a natural language rule for data validation. The AI Engine will ask for intelligent follow-ups.


Set a natural language rule to avoid rogue answers. 

“Should be a clear and concise description of the customer's problem 
  that our product/service can solve. It should not contain any 
  irrelevant or unnecessary information.


  • Smart Buckets - Create a question and predefined answer categories. The AI Engine will ask for intelligent follow-ups.


Pre-define the response category and nudge the user for more info.

Question: “What are your health goals?Buckets: Diet, Sleep, Fitness, Emotional Health


  • Hyperpersonalization - This happens automatically with each answer. You can make the most of this by asking questions that get the uniqueness of people.


  1. End Screens

The end screen of your form can be critical to moving your users from one stage of their buying journey to another.

WorkHack Forms currently offer two end-screen variations:

  • Default End Screen: This shows the form filler a record of all their answers, along with the option to edit any.

  • Call To Action End Screen: This allows you to add a Thank You message and leave the form filler with two clickable buttons linking out to external websites for the next action they can take.