It’s clear that one can add overall form help at the top of a form using the Form Description.
And in every question, there’s a Help Description to provide an explanation of that question.
But there’s no question type to drag into your form simply to provide some text without actually asking a question.
Why would you need that? Perhaps to designate a new section of a form, to provide instructions for the next set of questions in a form branch, or to use at the end of a branch to direct the user somewhere else, like to see another web page, fill out a more appropriate form, etc.
The solution? A hack! Add a multi-select question type, but don’t add any options to it as you customarily would for a multi-select. You can now use the Question Title and Question Description fields for your text, and that’s all that Asana will show in your form when presented. And any http[s]://… links will be clickable.
The last question in this form demonstrates the text-only question hack:
Full credit for this goes to Forum Leader @Christine_Bolton who came up with it (I’m just writing it up more formally).