Forms, polls and surveys are a great way of capturing information from your users. These can be directly linked in the in-app browser, or embedded in your app using the HTML module on a Modular Page Widget if you want to add other content alongside them.
There are many form builders online, such as Typeform and Wufoo, and most will work with TheAppBuilder platform. Check with your data security officer before deciding to use one of these third-parties in your app, especially if you’re going to be collecting personal information from your users.
When you create a form, you will see a ‘share form’ button. The example below is from Wufoo, but most form builders function in a similar way.
Click on ‘share form’ and you will be presented with the following screen:
If you simply want the form to open ‘as-is’ within the in app browser, simply add a new web link to a list, and input the direct link for your form:
And the form will open in the in-app browser like so:
The user experience is one of staying within the app, rather than being linked out to external content. While we’re simply displaying a web page within the app, the in-app browser gives the user a nice, native-like experience.