nTreePoint Web Forms is a powerful tool that allows non-technical users to create online forms and manage data without the need for programmers or custom development.

There are several steps and concepts involved in the creation and management of Web Forms and the data they collect:

1. Creating a Form
 
This is where you will give your form a name and define specific settings that control how users interact with your form.
2. Pages
 
Each form can have one or more pages, and each page can have one or more questions. With multiple pages in a form, users are taken through them sequentially, one page at a time. This allows you to group questions logically instead of having all of your questions on the same page.
3. Questions
 
Questions are used to gather data from your users. Each form can have any number of questions, and there are several types of questions to choose from:

4. Listing View
 
This is where you control what users see when viewing the listing of responses to a form. You control which questions appear, and in what order they appear.
5. Rules
 
Rules are applied to the values that users provide when filling out Web Forms. Depending on what their responses are, you can take them to different pages, show custom error messages, make other questions required, etc.
6. Email Options
 
You can automatically email form managers and other users when a response is added to a Web Form. You can also send a copy of the form to the user who filled it out.
7. Managing Data
 
Once you have a complete Web Form, you need to add, update, delete, and manage responses.
8. Viewing Web Form Responses
 
Once you have data in your Web Forms, you need a way to access it. There are several different ways to see the data in your Web Forms: