You can make any form a multipage form by adding a Page break widget in the form editor. With the page break, you separate the form logically into different parts (pages). You can check how your form looks like in Preview mode.
For example, a common practice is to place a Form navigation widget in the Common header or the Common footer sections, so that the users can track the form completion.
NOTE: If you decide to switch to a single page form, you can remove all Page break widgets. As a result, the Common header and the Common footer placeholders are removed and all widgets placed in them are automatically moved to the main form content placeholder.
For example, you have a multipage form with three pages. The most important information is on the first page. Therefore, you can enable a Submit button on the first page. This way, you make sure that, even if the user does not fill out the rest of the pages, you will get the information that you need from the required fields on page one.
NOTE: You cannot have required fields in a step after the first Submit button, but you can add as many Submit buttons as you need.
To subscribe to the form-page-changed event, use the following code:
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