• I learned of HappyForms from one of the demo sites included in the paid GeneratePress theme. Even though I had used WP Forms, glad I checked out HappyForms.

    It’s easy to create a form. Not only easy, but fields can be dragged up and down to change their order. But the plugin doesn’t stop there. You can configure fields from full width to half widths to other layout combinations. This allows you to make a more sophisticated form, one that shows structural design.

    One of the fields you can create is the radio button checklist format. This is a quick way, an intuitive way, for respondents to clarify their needs rather than just giving them a blank text field to fill out. That’s proven valuable to me.

    There are many options available for each kind of field you add to your form.

    All of this flexibility is available with the free plugin. That makes me appreciate that HappyForms is a cut above those plugins that get you only 75% of the way to deploying a decent-looking form.

    The forms I’ve created–and the plugin itself–seem very solid. No hanging up of the software, and the forms work as I’ve designed them.

    I’m sold on HappyForms and have been reviewing the premium version’s added functionality.

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