Collecting valuable data is the framework for running a thriving organization and making informed business decisions. But getting the information you need isn’t always easy – it requires a powerful tool with the flexibility and agility to do what you need it to do.
Enter: JotForm, online form builder.
JotForm is synonymous with data collection and was the first WYSIWYG online form builder. Developers, designers, and online professionals rely on this tool to collect leads, payments, feedback, registrations, and more.
JotForm is easy to use and empowers individuals to collect the information they need, in the way they want. JotForm offers a number of perks like free plans, different form formats to choose from, full customization, hundreds of integrations, reputable payment processors, access to form analytics, and more.
Perks of JotForms
Classic (Left) and Cards (Right).
Unlike other form builders, JotForm has two form formats to choose from – Classic and Cards. Classic forms, also known as traditional forms, show all question on one screen. This Classic style is the global standard of online forms and its strong suit is handling lengthy questionnaires.
The second format is Cards. Cards forms offer a fresh perspective with their layout of only showing one question per screen, so respondents can focus on what’s being asked. Cards forms engage individuals with their suite of features, including a progress bar, microanimations, icons, interactive rating tools, and more.
Example of Cards with its Form Designer (Right)
A favourite feature of JotForm is the amount of customization that can be applied to a form. From emoji rating sliders to conditional logic to putting your logo on the ‘welcome’ and ‘thank you’ pages, creating a form is on par with a fun activity, rather than a chore.
JotForm’s form builder has preset colour templates (shown in the example above), and the ability to add in your own images and video to a form’s background.
Example of Cards with Payment Processors (Left)
JotForm also has a medley of form elements to choose from, such as integrations, widgets, and payment processors.
Integration-wise JotForm has partnered with productivity apps like Google Drive, Google Sheets, Asana, Trello, Salesforce and more. There are hundreds of widgets to choose from for making appointments, managing social media, working with video, and more.
JotForm also has an API for developers. The API makes it possible to connect to form data without using JotForm’s website.
Lastly, if you’re interested in collecting payments, JotForm has nearly 30 payment processors to choose from, such as PayPal, Stripe, Square, and Authorize.net. This is the largest offering of native payment processors in the online forms space.
If you want to do more with your with your data and build a high-level, powerful form, try out JotForm for free today.
Big thanks to JotForm for sponsoring Bootstrapious this week.