2 Minute Quick Start

1. Install Inputflow Webflow App

Open the following link and install the Inputflow Webflow app:
Then refresh your Designer, and launch Inputflow:

2. Create account

Create your own Inputflow account inside the app (This account is separate from your Webflow account)

3. Add script to page

Copy the following script to your page (Inside <head> tag), where you want to create a multi step form.
<script src="https://script.inputflow.io/i.js" type="module" defer></script>
Detailed explanation:

4. Connect form with Inputflow

To turn a form into a multi-step form, you need to connect it with Inputflow.
To do that, select the form inside the Navigator, and inside the Elements Manager, click on the "Connect" button.
Select the form block element
Open the Elements Manager
You can either do this while the form element is selected or while the form block is selected, both will work.

5. Build your form steps

Group your form elements (inputs, next-buttons, text, etc.) into multiple Div Blocks.
Later, we will turn each of these Div Blocks into an individual form step. The class name is not relevant (in the example below it is onboarding_form-step), but you can name the class of your step elements however you want.
​To turn a Div Block into an actual step of the multi-step form, you have to select it, and the click the "Step" button inside the Elements Manager.
Turn element into a step
Enter step name and click "Create step"
Type in the name of the step and click on “Create step.“
Detailed explanation:

6. Create next and back buttons

Create next buttons and back buttons with the Elements Manager, so that the users of the form can jump back and forth between the individual steps.

7. Load elements into Form Editor

After you have created your steps and buttons, you have to publish your Webflow project to the staging domain (.webflow.io domain).
After you have published, you can load all of the steps which you created into the Form Editor, by clicking "Load elements"
After successfully loading the steps, they will appear in the sidebar, and you can now proceed to add the multi-step functionality.

8. Add multi-step functionality

Setup the multi-step functionality by dragging steps and/or action blocks onto the canvas of the Form Editor. Then you can connect them in a logical sequence, in which they should appear to the user.
You can find a concise overview of the form editor controls here:
The form editor allows you implement advanced form functionalities (Logic, branching, calculation, validation, redirects, etc.). To learn more about that, check out the documentation section: Form Editor.

9. Test submission

Once you have configured the multi-step functionality, it is important to do a few test submissions, to see that the form is working exactly how you expect it to work.