Content Fields versus Form Fields

Content Fields versus Form Fields

  • Evoq Engage

Content types and forms have similar field types. Although the underlying data types are similar, form fields are more specific to make it easier to enforce data formats, such as phone numbers and email addresses.

Form field Content type field
Single-Line Text Single-Line Text

Appearance: Single-Line

Name (No equivalent.)
Email Single-Line Text

Appearance: Email

Phone Number Single-Line Text

Appearance: Phone Number

Multi-Line Text Multi-Line Text
Address (No equivalent.)
Multiple Choice
Appearance options:
  • Checkboxes
  • Radio Buttons
Multiple Choice
Appearance options:
  • Checkboxes
  • Radio Buttons
Multiple Choice
Appearance options:
  • Images
  • Yes/No
(No equivalent.)
Dropdown Multiple Choice

Appearance options: Dropdown

Number Number
Date / Time Date / Time
URL / Website Single-Line Text

Appearance: URL/Website

Terms & Conditions (No equivalent.)
E-Signature (No equivalent.)
Static Text Static Text
(No equivalent.) Assets
(No equivalent.) Reference Object

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