With Paperform forms, you can add an address field that supports auto-fill. This means that for most respondents, the submitter's address is suggested when they start filling it in, and if not, it will be set for the next time they complete it. They can then make any adjustments they feel are necessary, or choose to input the entire address manually if it doesn’t appear as an option for auto-complete.

To use this feature:

  1. In the form editor, insert a question field, and select type as ‘Address’ field. Alternatively, use a slash command by typing ' / ' and choosing an ‘Address’ field from the list of question types (see image below).

  2. Go to ‘Configure’ to the right of the field and set any special requirements you’d like, for example, you can restrict the address to a specific country.

If you need to change the language of the fields, such as “Suburb” to “City” etc., you can do this in language translations. See this article to find out more.