The form introduction should be between 1 and 2 sentences and it should tell people what the form is for and who the form is for. This applies to PDF and web forms.
Example of an introduction: This form is for homeowners applying for funding to make their home more energy-efficient.
What not to include in the introduction section
Do not include instructions in this section.
For PDF forms
You can include instructions for PDF forms:
- on thte document download page on Yukon.ca;
- on the Yukon.ca service page; or
- as an appendix at the end of the form.
For web forms
There are a number of places to include instructional information for web forms. You can add it:
- to the Yukon.ca bridge page that links people to the service;
- to the Start page for the service; or
- throughout the form so people can apply them as they need them.