Vizlib Input Form helps you to shape and manage the quality of form data quickly and efficiently. Entering data into an online form is one of the most common methods of collecting data from a user group. As more data is collected, you may decide to make changes to the form, or even create a new one.Vizlib Input Form gets you started quickly by using a layout wizard and templates, and it has a range of features for customizing format, color and layout.
We've created a video introduction to Vizlib Input Form where you can walk through the key features and start working with your data.
Vizlib Input Form is part of the Vizlib Collaboration product suite, you can find out more about Collaboration by watching our product demonstration.
You can find links to all of our Vizlib Input Form documentation on the product homepage. We've organized our documents into several categories, and to make them easy to find, we've included keywords in the document title.
This page helps you get started with Vizlib Input Formand explains where to find the information you need.
If you're new to our products, why not watch our video on getting started with Vizlib here, or have a look at the factsheet which summarizes all the available features in Collaboration?
You can find the latest version of Vizlib Input Formon our User Portal in the Collaboration section of the Downloads page. The software includes an installation file and a demo app showing you howVizlib Input Formworks. You can also review our Architecture Model to see which solution will be best for you.
You can use our Troubleshooting articles if you start seeing errors or exceptions in Vizlib Input Form. They are shared with Vizlib Writeback Table and include a Known Issues / FAQ reference and advice on using Binary Loads in Qlik Sense.
The Changelog contains details for each release of Vizlib Input Form, such as new features and bug fixes. You can find the changelog on the documentation homepage, and you can sign up to receive notifications of new releases for all Vizlib products here.
Figure 1 shows a Vizlib Input Form where you can change the position of a line in a chart, enter a new chart title and select the line color. Each change to is updated after the new value is entered, and there is a Set Defaults button to re-set the form.