Create forms and manage submissions easily with a simple drag and drop interface. Contact forms, subscription forms, or any other form for WordPress.
Great plugin, great options with a bit of a learning curve. The reason for 4 stars is often you get 3 of 4 features needed in an add-on, but missing the fourth and critical one forcing you to buy another add on. Outside of this, the form tool set is a solid choice.
Seems to do a good job of the basics with loads of flexibility. Just looks like long term it may be very expensive buying all the needed extensions over the once off fee others charge
I love this plugin it's very robust. I just wish there was captcha. One stationary challenge question does not seem like enough.
Sometimes when I submit ajax form I get an error
This is definetely one of the best form builders out there. It's intuitive in it's usage which makes it very easy to learn and use.
Also the extentions are enormous...tip: use the conditional formatting extension. It makes forms clearer to use for a visitor!
Only disadvantage is the Dutch translations. That could be a bit better since it seems Google Translate has come in between here and there ;-)
(Happy to take a look at that @ NinjaForms)
Thank you for your great plug - makes me feel empowered to build our own ways
Support team was quick and effective. Their video tutorials already covered my problem so we didn't have to debug it further. Thanks
Very impressive! Some ideas for interface tweaks...
I've used a lot of WP form software. It took some head scratching before I realized that "Notifications" has to be used or nothing will happen, it doesn't even "default to WP admin email address" like most form plugins do. I would suggest nomenclature that's a little more descriptive, such as "Notifications and Email Structure", or something that indicates the need to make the actual email.
Another idea would actually be to default to just cranking out all fields in the email if Notifications isn't filled in. That's essentially what I did anyway.
A small but annoying thing: when you delete a field in a form you get a pop-up saying something like "if you don't save, this will delete automagically", which isn't true if you previously saved the form, and are going back to take a field out. Probably just one more IF statement. :)
Teeniest idea - I was looking for "radio", "checkboxes", and all that - it turned out they're all there (yay!), but called "Lists", which is fairly vague, I think.
-- update on the original review --
Whoa, I guess now the emails are now called "Emails and Actions". I'll give you credit for trying to clarify the interface. :)
All in all, the interface and terminology are very, let's say, non-traditional. I'm a coder, but I really got confused with trying to set up an autoresponder (which I gather is an "Email User"?). After several failed tests, I finally gave up and set that up on Contact Form 7 in about 5 minutes.
I'll still probably use your stuff for a long-ish form with no autoresponder - I'm still confident that I can do that. :)
There are also dead links in your documentation, specifically where you try to suggest docs to people out before they directly contact you for support. Might wanna check that. :)
This takes contact forms to the next level.
Main aspects I like are
Just be aware, if your MX records are on a different host to your website, you may have to do some additional work with your host to get it working.
I am editing my review and rating because 2.7 adds great options for viewing submissions. I have tried the plugin itself again, nor reviewed the developer documentation for improvements.
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