Make a super simple registration form like Terminal 3

Terminal 3 has brought digital nomads from across the world together, thanks to a simple typeform.

We caught up with Terminal 3 Founder Mevish Aslam who explained how she created a community of remote workers with the help of a registration form created with Typeform. Here’s what it looks like:

How Terminal 3 made its registration form

Here’s a simple step-by-step guide to how Mevish set up her typeform. Take a look and then go create something similar for your own interests!

1. Start at the beginning by asking for a name, with a Short Text question.

Screenshot showing how to add a short text block

2. To get back to the attendees, we need contact details. An Email question does the job nicely. Use the Required button to make it compulsory for someone to add their email address. You’ll notice from the Live Preview window (on the right) that required questions are indicated with an *.

Screenshot showing Required email block

3. Next, Terminal 3 founder Mevish asks for an optional Skype contact with another Short Text question.

Screenshot showing insertion of short text block

4. A Multiple Choice question lets people choose between a shorter or longer stay as a digital nomad.

Screenshot showing how to add a Multiple Choice block

5. Mebish asks for the start date of the trip also using a Short Text question. You could also do this with a Date question.

Screenshot showing how to collect a date

6. Next, a Long Text question gives people space to explain how they will fund their Digital Nomad lifestyle at Terminal 3.

Screenshot showing how to add a Long Text block

7. Mevish uses a Multiple Choice question to see if the applicant has a job which allows them to work remotely (this would work equally with a Yes/No question). The Description option is used here to give a bit more context.

Screenshot showing how to add a yes/no question

8. The next question lets people book a personal meeting with Mevish. Instead of a Date question, she uses the Short Text question, and adds a link to the calendar service youcanbook.me in the Description.

Screenshot showing how Terminal 3 schedules meetings using Typeform

9. To finish off, Mevish lets applicants leave a comment if they have anything more to add, and then asks where they heard about his company, both using Short Text questions.

Screenshot showing how Terminal 3 asks for feedback

Sharing this typeform on social media and embedding on a website lets people find and apply to join Terminal 3 for digital nomads. Mevish has all her applicant details stored in one place, in the Results panel of her typeform.

Here’s Terminal 3’s typeform in action

Find out more about Terminal 3 and its founder Mevish Aslam over on a little more human.