Elementor Multistep Form In Version 2.10 Beta

Explore the Latest Beta Version of Elementor: Introducing the Multistep Form in Version 2.10

Welcome to our latest blog post where we are excited to share with you the latest updates on Elementor’s beta version. In version 2.10, Elementor has introduced a new feature called the Multistep Form that we can’t wait to explore with you. Join us as we take a closer look at this exciting addition and all the possibilities it brings to our website building process. Let’s dive in!


As a content writer, we’re excited to share with you the latest beta version of Elementor that introduced an anticipated feature – the Multistep Form! This feature was the most requested functionality for Elementor in 2020 and it’s finally here for beta testing. This feature is designed to enhance Elementor’s form widget capabilities by splitting the form into multiple sections, making it more user-friendly and easier to navigate. Let’s dive into the details of what the Multistep Form is, how it works, and how we can get access to it.

What Is Multistep Form?

Multistep Form is an interactive feature that allows us to create a multi-page form on Elementor. This means that instead of having to navigate through an excessively long form, users can now break up different sections of the form into shorter, more manageable pages. This helps to improve the user-experience by making the form more visually appealing and allowing users to focus on the content of one section at a time. The idea behind Multistep Forms is to provide a more streamlined and tailored form filling experience.

How Does It Work?

The feature is currently in beta testing and is accessible only to those using Elementor Pro. Those who are interested in trying out the Multistep Form can sign up for the beta version at the Elementor website and join the waiting list. Alternatively, we can also turn on the Elementor Beta by following the tutorial video available on the Elementor website. Once access is granted, we can create a new form as usual and then add the Multistep Form widget from the Elements panel.

We can then configure the Multistep Form widget by adding new steps and modifying each one individually. We can also adjust the styling and appearance of each step to match our website’s design. Once configured, the Multistep Form will display a progress indicator, allowing users to track their progress and quickly navigate between sections. The Multistep Form is easy to use and understand, making it a valuable addition to any website.

Watch a Quick Video

If you’re like us and prefer to see a feature in action, you can check out this quick video by Elementor explaining how the Multistep Form works. It’s an informative and helpful guide that demonstrates how to use the feature step-by-step.


Q: How Can We Get on the Waiting List for the Unofficial Ultimate Guide to Elementor Course?
A: Unfortunately, we don’t have information on that at this time. We recommend checking the Elementor website or joining the private Facebook group of Elementor users for updates on courses and resources.

Q: When Will the Multistep Forms Feature be Available in Elementor Pro?
A: The Multistep Forms are currently in beta testing and is predicted to be available in the coming weeks with updates to Elementor Pro.

Q: Where Can We Find the Results of the Elementor Feature Request Poll?
A: To access the Elementor feature request poll results, click on the link provided in the article or visit the Elementor website and search for “feature request poll results.”

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A: SiteGround offers a variety of benefits including one-click installs, a 99.99% uptime guarantee, free SSL certificates, and a 30-day money-back guarantee, among others.

Q: Who Can We Reach Out to for Assistance or Questions Regarding Elementor?
A: If you have any questions or need assistance with Elementor, you can ask them or ping @WPLearningLab on Twitter for help. Additionally, WP Learning Lab’s YouTube channel is a great source for Elementor tutorials and information.


The Multistep Form feature in Elementor’s beta version is a promising update. This feature provides a more user-friendly and intuitive way to create forms. It helps in creating a better user experience by making the form less intimidating and breaking them down into more manageable sections. Additionally, the feature’s interactive nature provides a much-needed boost in website engagement. We’re excited to test the Multistep Form widget and look forward to its full release.

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