Tables, also known as normalized tables in a database, are ways of collecting repeating data within a single form, rather than requiring users to fill out and save an entire new form for each record.

Examples of this include things like medical history or lab assessments, where repeating data can occur.

To create a table, drag one onto the form workspace:

Now, drag the data field types needed directly into the table. 

In the example image below, we want three columns in the table - one column for text entry and two columns to collect dates.

Drag the column headers left/right as needed to re-arrange the order of the columns.

To edit a column header and other properties for a column, select the edit icon on one of the table rows, and then tap the field that you want to edit:

After making all the field property edits, the table can be tested by toggling the switch at the lower right side of the table. This is so you can actively work with the table without accidentally dragging it around when tapping.