This series of videos cover forms in BrightSpot with topics ranging from the basics of getting a form started to more complex aspects of forms such as creating email actions.
After viewing these videos you will be ready to set up forms on your website with ease!
Collecting Confidential Information in a Form
As a university, we often work with sensitive information that can be used to identify a person. If this information were to fall into the wrong hands, our students and employees would be at risk of identity theft and more. As such, we need to be careful about how we collect and transfer this kind of information. If you are collecting personally identifiable information in your forms, please let the web team know so that we can add additional authentication measures to the form to make it more secure. Confidential and personally identifiable information include, but are not limited to:
- Birth date combined with last four digits of SSN and name
- Tax ID with name
- Driver’s license number, state identification card, and other forms of national or international identification (such as passports, visas, etc.) in combination with name
- Social Security number and name
- Health insurance information
- Medical records related to an individual
- Psychological Counseling records related to an individual
- Law enforcement personnel records
- Criminal background check results
- Ecclesiastical Endorsements
- Vulnerability/security information related to a campus or system
- Campus attorney-client communications
- Employee Information
- Employee net salary
- Home address
- Personal telephone numbers
- Personal email address
- Payment History
- Employee evaluations
- Pre-employment background investigations
- Mother’s maiden name
- Race and ethnicity
- Parents’ and other family members’ names
- Birthplace (City, State, Country)
Please avoid requesting and transferring this kind of information using unsecured methods, especially over email and/or unsecured forms (including google forms).
1. How to Create a Form
Cover the basics of how to create a form and key parts that are required for all successful forms.
2. Text Fields
Demonstrates different types of text fields, how to add them, what they are used for, and what they look like.
3. Choice Fields
Demonstrates different types of choice fields, how to add them, what they are used for, and what they look like.
4. File Upload Field
Demonstrates how to add a file upload field, what it is used for, and what it looks like.
Demonstrates how to insert a group into a form and what they are used for.
6. View Submissions
Demonstrates how to download a CSV file with the results of a form.
7. Email Actions
Demonstrates how to have results of a form sent to a specified email.
8. Shortcut for Email Action Results
Demontrates a shortcut to how to copy and paste all of the field titles and parameter names into the body of an email action.
9. Duplicating a Form
Demonstrates how to duplicate a form from an existing form and how to prevent common mistakes when doing so.