Of course. Here’s a summary of all the different field types and some examples of how they can be used:
Single Line Text
A simple, single line text field.
Examples: Company name, Service name
This field is made for larger blocks of text.
Examples: Target audience description, Service description
This allows formatting of text, such as making things bold, underlining, creating headings, etc.
Examples: Target audience description, Service description but with formatting
This field allows your client to click on the Upload button and choose an image. Here, you may also enable multiple images and allow them to upload as many as is required for the project.
Examples: Upload your logo, Provide a background image
This is similar to an image upload but allows other types of files.
Examples: Upload your brochure, Upload your terms and conditions, Upload your product disclosure statement
This is similar to a text field but ensures a valid email address is entered. If not, a message is displayed to your client.
Automatically searches for a Google Maps address based on what is typed in.
This is similar to a text field but ensures a valid URL is entered. If not, a message is displayed to your client
This field requires a number to be entered from your client and shows an appropriate warning message if they enter text instead.
Examples: How many members of staff do you have? How many years have you been trading?
This field is similar to the number field. However, it makes sure a phone number is entered (international numbers can also be entered). If the client enters a set of numbers that doesn’t constitute a valid phone number, a clear error message is displayed.
This field can be locked to a special currency. This is best used when inquiring about finances, quotes, debts, etc.
This is a sister field to the Number field.
This provides a calendar & time popup for your client to select a date & time.
Examples: Event date, Desired campaign start date
This field allows you to provide one or more checkboxes in a group for your client to check/uncheck. They can also be default checked or unchecked.
Examples: Select which options you would like to add to your footer, Choose the desired features of your eCommerce system, and Choose the shipping methods you’d like to offer
This field allows your client to choose one option from a group of options with a radio selector.
Examples: Which style header would you like out of these? Choose your favorite blog layout from these options.
This is a drop-down selection that allows your client to choose one response.
Examples: Which country are you based in? Which category does your business fall under?
Select Image From List
Here, you can upload multiple images so your client can choose one of them. This is especially useful if you wish to give them a few options for a header image, for example.
Examples: What style header would you like? What kind of blog layout would you like visually? Which image would you like to use for the header of your website?
A great option for when you don’t know the potential number of people, things, services, etc. that your client will write down.
You can copy external info from other spreadsheets and the info will be appropriately pasted as responses.
Please check your local laws regarding the validity of digital signatures and their binding. This can be used as a way for your client to confirm that the information provided is correct.
For a more accurate signature, we suggest having your clients sign using their phones as Content Snare is device agnostic.
In some instances, clients will respond better to To-do lists. This field was made specifically for those cases.
It’s similar to the checkbox field but with an added sense of completion.
This field is perfect for collecting the necessary content to create buttons for any website. For the field to be valid, your client must enter their desired button text and link to URL.
Examples: What social media buttons would you like for your website? What would you like your contact button to be called and where would you like it to link to?
This field allows your client to choose an icon from the many we have available within our library. Here, you may also enable multiple answers and allow them to choose as many as is required for the project.
Examples: Which icon would you like to use to symbolize the comment section of your blog? Which icon would you like to use to symbolize your email address?
If you’d like your client to select a specific color, they can do so using the color picker. Your client can play around and create a custom color or, if they already have something in mind, they can enter the hex code for that color and it’ll appear.
Examples: What color would you like all links to be? What color would you like to use as the running theme of your blog?