Create a Free Track and Trace COVID19 Form for Businesses with Forminator

Create a Free Track and Trace COVID-19 Form for Businesses with Forminator

Whether you or your client runs a cafe, boutique, hair salon, a place of worship, or practically any business or organization, with the help of our 5-star rated plugin, Forminator, you can track & trace and help manage COVID-19.

We’ve developed an easy-to-implement track and trace template that you can use or add to your clients’ websites using Forminator.

It works by collecting personal data to slow the spread, following government guidelines.

Forminator is masked-up and ready for you and your clients to track and trace!

This straight-forward tutorial will show you how to set up and implement a track and trace form in just a few minutes (or less).

We’ll be going over:

  • How to Quickly Set Up a Track and Trace Form
  • Easily Keep Track of Check-ins
  • Using a QR Code to Link to Form

Plus, at the end of this article, we have a quick video overview of how to set up the form and start tracking and tracing.

How to Quickly Set Up a Track and Trace Form

Creating a track and trace form can be created and published with just a few steps.

From Forminator’s dashboard, create a new form to get started.

The create a new form button.You’re one click away from a new form.

For this form, a blank template will do. Give it a name, and then you’re ready to add Fields.

This simple form just needs the essential fields for track and trace information. We’re suggesting to add the fields for:

  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Email
  • Number
  • Datepicker
  • GDPR
Where you choose what fields to include.Add any additional fields that you’d like.

Hit Insert Fields when you have all of the fields you’d like to include ready. You can always add or remove fields at any time past this point.

Some of the information we want to have mandatory before a user can submit the form. To do that, just go to the individual fields required to be filled out, click on Settings, and select the Required option.


This article was written by Nathanael Fakes and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.

Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the product, We may receive an affiliate commission.

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