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    Questions concerning similarities to Adobe FormsCentral

    Asked by Jeremia Verhulst  on June 29, 2015 at 08:55 AM

    Dear Sir or Madam

     

    I am looking for an alternative to Adobe FormsCentral and I found out about JotForm. I visited your website and JotForm seems to be a decent alternative. But before I make my decision, could you help me out with some questions concerning the similarities between FormsCentral and JotForm?

     

    - In FormsCentral it is possible to show a certain dropdown menu after you selected a certain option in a previous dropdown menu. For example: if you select the option "wines", another dropdown menu appears where you have to choose the specific wine you want. But if you select the option "beers", you get a dropdown menu with all kinds of beers, instead of wines. So I was wondering if this is also possible in JotForm?

     

    - Another question I have is: is it also possible in JotForm to implement/import a form into an e-mail by placing an url that leads the reader of the e-mail directly to the form?

     

    - My last question to you is: Since I work for a Belgian company, I was wondering if it is possible to make the forms Dutch? (the fields, titles, questions, ...) The software or application itself doesn't need to be in Dutch, but it would be really handy if I could make Dutch forms.

     

    Thanks in advance

    Yours sincerely

     

    Jeremia Verhulst

    jeremia.verhulst@hotmail.com

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by KadeJM on June 29, 2015 at 10:57 AM

    Thank You Jeremia for your interest in us here at JotForm, I'd be more than happy to help assist you with any questions you might have as I see that you are concerned about coming here.

    Before I start breaking down your above few questions I'd like to point out that you can find a lot of this information here http://www.jotform.com/adobe-formscentral-alternative including a tour of our features and a comparison of us to adobe formscentral found here http://www.jotform.com/adobe-formscentral-alternative/#feats and here http://www.jotform.com/adobe-formscentral-alternative/#feat-comp.

    Additionally, normally we request that you open each question you might have into a new thread to help avoid confusion if it is unrelated even though they are partly similar. I have gone ahead and answered the first question above so you could see the similarities and features.

    As for the main questions you had as noted below I've split off into new threads to reflect this. You can follow the moved thread links to find your answers to each.

    (Q1) In FormsCentral it is possible to show a certain dropdown menu after you selected a certain option in a previous dropdown menu. For example: if you select the option "wines", another dropdown menu appears where you have to choose the specific wine you want. But if you select the option "beers", you get a dropdown menu with all kinds of beers, instead of wines. So I was wondering if this is also possible in JotForm?

    You can find the answer to this one here on this thread http://www.jotform.com/answers/598952

     

    (Q2) Is it also possible in JotForm to implement/import a form into an e-mail by placing an url that leads the reader of the e-mail directly to the form?

    I moved this here http://www.jotform.com/answers/598954 

     

    (Q3) - My last question to you is: Since I work for a Belgian company, I was wondering if it is possible to make the forms Dutch? (the fields, titles, questions, ...) The software or application itself doesn't need to be in Dutch, but it would be really handy if I could make Dutch forms.

    And I moved this last one over here http://www.jotform.com/answers/598957