A Multi-Step Form is a form which is broken into separate parts or steps, where only one part is shown at a time. The user interacts with only one part of the form at a time, and generally the form only submits at the very last step.
This technique is usually used in two scenarios;
There are many possible use cases here.
Scenario 1 is common in product or service-recommendation funnels, and simple quotation systems.
Scenario 2 is common where complex data entry and complex field validation are needed - enrolling at a medical practice, or pre-qualifying for a mortgage.
But any particular use case can involve elements of both.
Webflow does not have a multi-step form approach, however you can create some of the functionality natively;
Forms can be very complex, particularly when business logic, complex data entry and data validation are considered.
This has inspired a range of 3rd party solutions;
There are several solutions that are designed specifically to work with Webflow-built forms;
There are a ton of 3rd party form providers, which allow you to design and embed forms into your site. While these forms offer a lot of capabilities, they are not designed in the Webflow designer so the trade-off is stylistic control.