Questions > File, URL, Date, Address

By creating specific-format questions, you make it easy for your visitors to understand what do you need from them - and also to the person within your team who's processing the answers!
  1. File question: do you want your candidates to submit their CV? Maybe you need an official document to complete the signup process? File questions are here to help!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "File" to create this type of question.
    2. You'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @file):

    3. This is how it looks like from the user's perspective when you ask for it:

    4. All they have to do is click on Select a file and they'll be able to select any file from their computer, which will look like this once submitted:

Depending on your pricing plan, you'll have different storage limits for each file your users upload. Check our full pricing plans here.
  1. URL question: let your visitors share URLs with you... and validate they're actually websites!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "URL" to create this type of question.
    2. Again, you'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @url), right at the bottom:

    3. Finally, this is what this block looks like in the conversation:

Landbot automatically validates the format of the URLs entered by your users. If they enter anything else, Landbot will launch an error message and will ask to enter it again.

  1. Date question: if you want to make sure your visitors are 18 or older, or when do they want to start their holidays at your resort, create a Date question and let it flow!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Date" to create this type of question.
    2. You guessed right! You'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @date), right at the bottom:

    3. You can also select on which format you want to store the variable by clicking on "Format save to date". You'll see a menu like this:

    4. Finally, users will see this in the conversation:

    5. And, as soon as they click in the text area, the browser's native date picker will show up, making it super-easy to pick a date!

  1. Address question: get to know where your visitors live - or where they want to go next summer - by using this type of question:



    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Address" to create this type of question.
    2. Again, you'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @address), right at the bottom:

    3. You can activate the option Attach image by clicking on the little toggle, and then click on Add an image to select one from your computer that will show up along with your question's text.
    4. Finally, this is what an Address question looks like in the conversation:



      As your users start typing, Chrome will suggest relevant locations, making it easier to process the value.


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