You can use Adaptive Forms Container component to create Adaptive Forms in an AEM Sites Page or Experience Fragment. Along with using Adaptive Forms capabilities like, dynamic behavior, validations, data integration, document of record and business process automation, it also allows you to use various features of AEM Sites pages like, versioning, targeting, translation, and multi-site manager, enhancing the overall form creation and management experience. Let’s explore some of these features:
Versioning: AEM Sites pages offer robust versioning capabilities, allowing you to track and manage different versions of your forms. This enables you to make changes and enhancements to forms while maintaining the ability to roll back to previous versions if needed. Versioning ensures a controlled and organized approach to form development and evolution.
Targeting (Integration with Adobe Target): With AEM Sites pages targeting capabilities, you can also personalize the form experience for different audiences. By leveraging user segments and targeting criteria, you can tailor the form’s content, design, or behavior to specific groups of users. This enables you to provide a personalized and relevant form experience, increasing engagement and conversion rates.
Translation: AEM Sites seamless integration with translation services, allowing you to translate forms into multiple languages easily. This feature simplifies the localization process, ensuring that your forms are accessible to a global audience. You can manage translations efficiently within AEM translation projects, reducing time and effort required for multilingual form support. Refer considerations section for more information on translation.
Multi-site Management and Live Copy: AEM Sites provide robust Multi-site Management and Live Copy capabilities, enabling you to create and manage multiple websites within a single environment. This feature now allows you to reuse forms across different sites, ensuring consistency and reducing duplication efforts. With centralized control and management, you can efficiently maintain and update forms across multiple websites.
Tagging: AEM Sites pages allow you to assign tags or labels to a page, an asset, or other content. Tags are keywords or metadata labels that provide a way to categorize and organize content based on specific criteria. You can assign one or more tags to pages, assets, or any other content items within AEM to improve search and categorize the assets.
Locking and Unlocking content: AEM Sites allow users to control access and modifications to pages within the AEM Sites environment. When a page is locked, it means that it is protected from unauthorized changes or edits by other users. Only the user who has locked the content or a designated administrator can unlock it to allow modifications.
Create a form in AEM Sites page from scratch.
Create a form in AEM Experience Fragments and reuse it across multiple pages or sites.
Convert an Adaptive Form to Experience Fragment
Use the Adaptive Forms Container Component and Experience Fragments to add multiple forms to a Sites Page