Adobe Experience Manager Forms

 
Applies to:
AEM Forms

Get Started with AEM Forms

AEM forms extends engaging web and mobile experiences to enterprise forms and documents, allowing organizations to complete complex digital interactions while improving user experiences and extending business reach.

AEM forms includes authoring, managing, and publishing of forms with workflow and correspondence capabilities.


AEM Forms Workflow

Installing & Configuring AEM Forms

AEM forms, with limited capabilities, is installed with AEM QuickStart.

For advanced capabilities, such as integration with Adobe Analytics and Adobe EchoSign, authoring and managing XFA-based forms, and using Document Services APIs, you need to install the AEM forms add-on package.

Authoring Adaptive Forms

The adaptive forms feature of AEM forms allows you to create engaging and responsive forms.

The intuitive interface, drag-and-drop functionality, standard form components, and integrated repository for assets facilitate quick and easy authoring of adaptive forms in no time.

Managing AEM Forms

AEM forms provides simplified yet powerful user interface to form administrators and developers to manage adaptive forms and related assets.

It provides a host of tools in a consolidated view of the forms repository to search, list, view, and perform advanced operations on forms and assets.

End User Engagement

AEM forms presents smartphone, tablet, and desktop users with a simplified interface that is automatically rendered for their device and browser. It dynamically detects the right experience to present to users based on their device.

AEM forms can generate a document of record as part of the form submission process. Support for electronic signatures validates the integrity and authenticity of content as well as the signer’s identity.

Analysis & Reporting

AEM forms integrates with Adobe Analytics that allows you to capture and track performance metrics around form utilization, end-user devices, abandonment and completion rate, browser preferences, and so on.

The objective behind analyzing these metrics is to make informed decisions, based on data, about the changes required in the form design to make forms more usable.