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Whether it's storing small data-sets from around your business, getting valuable feedback from your users, or creating a simple contact-us / request access form Curator's data manager has the web form building capabilities you need.

###Creating a Form### You can create a form on the backend using Curator's Data Manager feature. See here for more information on how to create forms and fields in our Data Manager Basics section.

###Adding a Form to a Page###

  1. Login to the backend of your Curator instance (e.g. http://curatorexample.com/backend).
  2. Navigate to the Content > Pages section from the left-hand menu.
  3. Find the page you want to add your form to from the Pages list or click "New Page" to create a new page.
  4. Add a new element to your page, and when the modal pops-up, click the "Analytic Element" tab and select the "Curator Data Group" option.
  5. In the Page Styles section on the left-hand side, you can choose to either embed the Form Only for receiving inputs, or you can add the Table view to allow your end-users to see the data that has already been added.

###Forms and Tableau Dashboards on Pages### Some Tableau Dashboards can pull their results from Form submissions. In cases like this it can be useful to have the Tableau Dashboard refresh it's data after a Form submission. Curator will automatically refresh all Tableau Dashboards that are on a page with a Form if a Form submission occurs.