Usabilla offers the ability to add multiple pages to your campaigns. These help to both shorten the size of your campaigns on the screen (in order to reduce their annoyance to your visitors) and to split content up for use in Adaptable Campaigns.
You can find the page browser at the top-left corner of the campaign editor, with an option to quickly add additional pages. Hovering over your existing pages allows you to delete pages, set up jump rules and to rename pages. Please find a detailed overview of all possible actions below.
Edit a page – Simply click the page you would like to edit. The active page will be highlighted with a blue border.
Rearrange your pages – To change the order of your pages, click and drag pages into their desired position.
Add a page – Click "+add page" to add a new page. Doing this you will have the option to choose between a form page or an end page. Choose a form page if you'd like to ask questions and an end page for the final page of your website. Also you are able to duplicate existing pages in this overview.
Delete a page – When you hover over a page a little trashcan icon which lets you delete the page will appear.
Edit form page settings – Editing a form page will allow you to set up page jumps and to edit the name of the page.
Jump rules allow you to skip pages based on pre-defined rules. These rules are dependant on answers visitors give to specific questions in your form. For instance, if you run a radio button question for Male/Female, you can direct users to a page with questions specifically for males and females to other pages.
In order to add jump rules, the form you're applying them to must have a controlling form element present. Controlling form elements are:
- Radio Buttons
- NPS questions
- Rating questions
- Matrix questions
- Mood rating questions
Page jumps are set up from the page on which the control element is asked. After clicking the settings icon for this page, click "Add rule +" on the right side of the screen.
To define the new rule, first choose the form element that direct the user to the page in question. Next, choose which options from the form element affect the rule. Finally, decide which form to jump to should the conditions match those in the rules. You may have multiple rules set for each form.
You may also note that at the bottom of the pane, jump to changes to otherwise jump to. This is where your visitor will be sent should they not do something defined by the rules.
Edit end page settings – Similar to the form page you can also edit the settings of the end page. These settings allow you to specify the amount of time before the campaign will automatically close after being filled in. By selecting "Never" you can ensure the end page will only disappear on a user's action.