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Learn some of the key terms for parts of the studio.
Where everything gets built. Your organization builds in a workspace in the Studio.
A "form". A flow should relate to an experience (e.g. “signup-flow”, “onboarding-flow”).
Variants are versions of a flow. Every flow starts with a Main variant.
Variants all should have the same goal, but may have different content/logic as you test out the best experience for your responders (the end users of your flow).
An (optional) way to organize your steps. One group or many groups will make up a variant.
Since groups are primarily an organizational concept for more complicated form flows, there is no responder-visible difference between steps in different groups.
Corresponds to a single "page" in a form flow and helps organize questions into discrete groupings. One step or many steps make up a group.
The mechanism that helps build the set of information you're collecting from your user. Questions are added to to steps.
Draging-and-dropping questions allows you to rearrange them within a step or between steps, as well as within the same row (for example, you can ask for a first name and last name on the same row).
A responder is an end user of your flow - the person going through your flows and providing answers to your questions.