Aytekin Tank is founder of JotForm. He currently leads the JotForm development team. He loves to hear from Jotform users. Feel free to shoot him an email at aytekin at jotform.com.
The companion blog to JotForm, the easiest web form builder.
July 30, 2015
Form builder apps are some of the most versatile tools out there. There's really no limit to what you can do with forms: generate leads on your website, register attendees for an event, make an easy place for people to contact you, or even build an order form.
However, capturing that information is just a piece of the puzzle. What do you do with all that new data? Traditionally you'd need to export the data out of your form app, and then manually enter it by hand into any of the multitude of apps you use to run your business. But wouldn't it be great if that data automatically appeared in those other apps you're using? Enter Zapier.
With Zapier, you can automatically have that data directly entered into other apps you're using. You could have leads go directly to your CRM or turn contact form entries directly into tickets in your help desk system—and so much more. We asked a few people who are automating their JotForm data with Zapier to share their stories on how they are getting the most out of automating their form entries.
July 21, 2015
(A product review for our friends at Template Monster)
In the peak of their popularity for all-in-one themes, the guys from TemplateMonster have launched their most ambitious project yet – Monstroid.What exactly is Monstroid and why is it the only theme you need for WordPress sites? It’s like a Swiss army knife of WordPress Themes, for starting any WordPress-based website. It’s the result of thirteen years leading the world of website templates, so we decided to take a closer look.Comments (2) Read the rest of this entry »
JotForm has always been secure in our almost ten years of being the easiest online form builder. Well, we just raised the bar higher. Now you have the ability to designate your forms as encrypted. An Encrypted Form is one where the user’s responses are transferred and stored in an encrypted format. They are encrypted in the browser of the person filling out the form, and can’t be seen by anyone else at any time. This added level of security is of most interest to users handling the most sensitive data with extra privacy needs.Comments (10) Read the rest of this entry »
July 07, 2015Hello there! I’m Podo, a friendly cat with a knack for building purrrfect forms. It’s nice to finally meet you :)Comments (116) Read the rest of this entry »
July 02, 2015
July 4th is almost here, so you know what that means! Fireworks, barbeques, and a lot of red, white, and blue. What better way to celebrate America’s independence than a party with your all of your friends and family? With JotForm, you can create an invitation that allows for the collection of all and any information that you may need. Your friends and family can RSVP through the invitation, as well as answer any additional information that you require, such as what items they’re bringing to share if your party is potluck style. You can design the invitation to fit the theme, and send it off to your friends and family through email! You can be notified each time a guest RSVPs.
Here’s a quick how-to that will help you celebrate in style.
June 25, 2015Jason Gershenson is a lawyer and a JotForm user. Lawyers have to keep track of a lot of information is a highly organized way, and have no time for manual tasks like filling in spreadsheets with contact information and notes on new clients. JotForm helps tackle organizational duties, leaving you to have more time to focus on core projects.Below, Jason explains how JotForm has helped his company.I'm an attorney for tech startups and entrepreneurs. I saw a market need for lawyers that could relate to founders, as well as work at their pace in the trenches. I was an entrepreneur once too, and felt that I was well situated to explain and apply the law in the context of business. I opened Gershenson Law in 2013.
June 23, 2015With JotForm’s recent release of Form Analytics many users have been taking advantage of the real time data readily available in our easy-to-use interface. In seconds people can find a wealth of information, displayed in attractive charts and graphs and sortable by custom date range. We sent out a survey to a handful of our more active users to gauge their response, learn what features they liked, and to see what features they might hope to be included in a later version.
The results are in- JotForm users love Form Analytics. How are they using it though? That varies from person to person. Here are some of the highlights.
June 18, 2015
We are ecstatic to be able to offer our JotForm Apple Watch app to our users! We hope that you enjoy its simple and easy-to-use interface. You can be notified when a new submission is received, what form has been responded to, and what the response was. Our hope is that it will make keeping up with your forms even easier, you can stay informed while on the go.
June 08, 2015
Apple releases are extravagant affairs. People line up outside stores for days to be among the first to have a chance to purchase new products. Anything Apple does is destined for headline news and to be received with much fanfare. The Apple Watch release was no different. Because many of our users have Apple Watches, we wanted to make sure that we can offer them JotForm on their wrist!
JotForm is excited to join the latest Apple release, being among the first to release an Apple Watch app. Now you can not only receive your latest form submissions on your iPhone, but also on your Apple Watch.Comments (18) Read the rest of this entry »
June 01, 2015
Kim Mueller is a teacher, and uses JotForm to help her students in a number of awesome ways. We don’t usually do this, but we loved Kim’s testimonial so much that we just had to share it. Thank you Kim!
Here’s what she sent:
My history with JotForm: I discovered JotForm a few years ago, while searching for an easier way to collect registrations for the sports camps my husband and I help churches present in their communitiesaround the country during our summers off (we're both teachers). We transitioned from paper registrations and data entry (yuck!), to online registration and payment by check, to online registration AND payment.
(JotForm is pleased to share this exciting offer from our friends at TemplateMonster)
Back in 2004, websites looked cluttered. Pale color schemes, starburst effect, all-flash sites, patterns and textures were in the highest demand among web developers. This has changed a lot over the years. Clean and minimalist layouts with the main focus on detail has gained popularity among web designers. Today, heavy design elements have been replaced with neat icons that add an elegant, stylish look to web pages
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Update- we changed the import tool to a downloadable installer. It doesn't currently support incremental updates. We'll update this post when it does. Thank you!
As most JotForm users know by now, earlier this year Adobe FormsCentral announced its pending shutdown. JotForm quickly released a single-step import wizard that transfers all their forms and form responses to our system. Migrated FormsCentral users have been raving about it and the trouble it saved them.
May 20, 2015
We’d like to thank our wonderful users for submitting fantastic testimonials for a piece in Entrepreneur Magazine. You can now read about JotForm in the printed June issue!
The article, “Forms that function”, discusses how a JotForm user found a great solution for doing away with time-intensive paperwork.
In just five weeks Adobe FormsCentral will no longer work. June 22 marks the last day its users can enjoy their forms, and they have until July 28 to download their form responses. Using our Adobe FormsCentral Import Wizard, we’ve welcomed thousands of users, over 70,000 forms, and over a million form responses. Recently converted FormsCentral users have revelled in how easy the process has been for them. By just entering their FormsCentral login credentials all their forms and data are ready to go in our system.Comments (4) Read the rest of this entry »
May 11, 2015
We’re pleased to announce a long awaited and much anticipated feature- Form Analytics. This innovative new tool provides valuable insight into the performance of your forms. Want to quickly find out how many people are coming to your forms but not filling them out? Or how about which devices or browsers they’re using? Or maybe you’re curious where in the world they are. You can view all this and more with our new Form Analytics tool.Comments (11) Read the rest of this entry »
May 08, 2015Mother’s Day is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with a beautifully designed JotForm Theme. Here are just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing in how you might let your mother know you love and appreciate her. These stunning form designs can be seen in the Theme Store, and were built with our Form Designer. Check them out today, or make your own!
Mother’s Day Gift Order Form
May 07, 2015We are pleased to announce a new widget available immediately to all JotForm users- the Adobe Document Cloud eSign widget. With it users can link their forms to Adobe’s secure eSigning services (formerly known as EchoSign). This gives JotForm users access to the market leader in PDF document signing services. They can use it to sign employment contracts, business agreements, or any other type of document you need two parties to agree to in writing.Comments (7) Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re new to JotForm - or maybe you recently migrated from Adobe FormsCentral - you may not be familiar with how easy it is to turn your ordinary looking form into a gorgeous piece of online art. JotForm’s incredibly advanced Form Designer allows your inner designer to shine; it’s the easiest tool around for creating customized, beautiful form themes that don’t require any knowledge of complicated CSS.
With that being said, here are a few pointers to get you started.
Most users enjoy the simplicity of JotForm. Build a form, post it on your website, and receive email notifications every time someone responds. This keeps a great many JotForm customers happy. Sometimes you want to do more with the information you collect, though. Perhaps you want to build a web page based on your form responses. For this JotForm gives you a full API to access your data whenever you want.
The Washington Post recently found JotForm to be the right tool for a special project. They set up a jotform to collect information on cooking classes. The goal was to create a dynamically constructed web page that would connect to JotForm and post the latest updates on the class.
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April 28, 2015Form creators should try to seek a delicate balance between collecting all of the needed information and making sure that the form visitor completes the form all the way through. To achieve the highest conversion rate possible, the form must be concise. Especially for more time-consuming and intensive forms, every form field that lacks an excellent user experience risks abandonment. Luckily, JotForm offers 382 widgets that can make your form better. Here are some highlighted widgets that can save you time.
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