FormAssembly Webinars

Data collection, form building best practices, Salesforce tips, and even remote work. We’re talking about these topics and more in our webinars. Sign up today!

FormAssembly & Salesforce Elevate

Monday, July 26, 2 p.m. EDT

In this webinar, you’ll learn all about using’s new fundraising platform, Elevate, with FormAssembly for streamlined donation collection. Representatives from FormAssembly and Salesforce will cover what Elevate is, how to leverage FormAssembly’s payment connector, and more! This is a great session for nonprofits and higher education institutions that are hoping to amp up their use of Salesforce. 

Monthly Demo Webinar

Tuesday, July 27, 3 p.m. EDT

FormAssembly is the all-in-one web form builder and data collection platform. Want a closer look at the platform that’s helped thousands of customers solve data collection problems and save time and money? Join us for a monthly demo of FormAssembly, followed by an open Q&A.

FormAssembly Summer Camp

Arts and crafts, campfire songs, s’mores, ghost stories—nothing sparks nostalgia like memories of summer camp. While we can’t promise to bring back all those activities, we want to bring you a camp experience, FormAssembly style! Join us this summer for a series of data collection adventures, including an “arts and crafts” session, a fireside chat, and product knowledge classes. Attendees who join us for all four of our summer camp sessions will receive a FormAssembly camp mug and t-shirt.

Camp Day 1

The Formdational Series: FormAssembly 101

Thursday, July 29, 11 a.m. EDT

Start building your “formdational” knowledge with this introductory class where start our scavenger hunt into the world of FormAssembly! We will talk through everything you need to get started including account options, a demonstration of the Form Builder, and how to build your own forms. We’ll also take questions from attendees and show how to find all of the helpful resources we offer so you can get the most out of our platform.

Camp Day 2

How to Craft a Better User Experience With Online Forms

Tuesday, August 3, 1 p.m. EDT

It’s arts and crafts hour at FormAssembly Summer Camp! Join us as we demonstrate how to craft a better user experience with custom-designed web forms. Learn firsthand what makes up a well-designed form and how this plays a role in increasing form response rate, engagement, and overall user experience. Bonus: those who attend this session will be the first to see our redesigned eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Web Form Design.

Camp Day 3

The Formdational Series: FormAssembly 102

Thursday, August 12, 11 a.m. EDT

Continue building your “formdational” knowledge with part 2 of our formdational classes, where we dive deeper into the world of FormAssembly. We will learn how to customize, optimize, and specialize your forms. We’ll also take an extended walk through of all the form builder options available to you, so you can make FormAssembly fit your needs.

Camp Day 4

Fireside Chat

Wednesday, August 25, 2 p.m. EDT

It wouldn’t be Summer Camp without a Fireside Chat! Join our customer success team and other FormAssembly users for an interactive workshop. During the workshop, we’ll answer questions and explore unique use case ideas submitted by real-world customers to help you get s’more out of FormAssembly! This is a great opportunity to ask questions, learn from others, and expand on anything you’ve learned throughout Summer Camp.

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