No Question - just praise!

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    Morgan Leonard
    Asked on September 09, 2011 at 11:29 AM

    Hello Jot Form,

     

    I have recently started using a Beta version for a new Adobe product called Muse. It basically allows people more familar with print design and using InDesign and Illustrator an intuative way to visually build websites - without having to worry about using code. It builds the code for you, but is much more design based then most WYSIWYG. As it's just a beta version, it's very basic and stripped down. On the offical Adobe forum, people were asking about how to go about building forms in Muse, as the beta version did not have this feature. Someone on the forum said that they used your for all their forms and found it super easy to use and looked extremely slick. Best of all, you could embed them in your own sites and no logos!

     

    Well, it seemed too good to be true; but I came over and tried your site out and am completely converted. What a great resource. Building the page was easy, and had lots of great little features to plug into it. Even for a web novice like myself could figure out how to embed the script into my Muse based prject for some great, seamless forms.

     

    Even better, the boss came into ask me today if there was any possibility of adding a new enquiry form to our company website and how long would it take? 45 minutes later, it's all ready to go.

     

    Thank you for providing such an invaluable service.

     

    -Morgan

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    mliz
    Answered on September 09, 2011 at 11:37 AM

    Hi Morgan,

    Thank you for your kind words, we truly appreciate it if you
    can spread good words about JotForm.

    If you have any questions feel free to post it here in the forum.
    Once again thank you and have a good day.

    Enjoy using JotForm!

    Best Regards,
    Mliz

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    aytekin
    Answered on September 09, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    That's weird. Because just a few minutes ago one of our developers found this Adobe Muse Forum Thread from twitter and sent it to me. I was happy to see so many people liked JotForm. 

    We work very hard to make sure all of our users become hereos in the eyes of their bosses! :)