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JotForm is Pleased to Welcome Adobe FormsCentral Users
Adobe has announced that its form creation service, FormsCentral, is retiring on July 28, 2015. FormsCentral users, have no fear! JotForm is here to easily import your forms and help you make the switch to JotForm, your new alternative to FormsCentral. This will allow you to keep your form fields and data, so you can seamlessly transition without experiencing disruption.
Some fun new things to try with JotForm:
- - An advanced Form Designer that allows users to create beautiful, custom form themes in just minutes using a point-and-click CSS helper
- - A Theme Store where users can buy and sell form theme designs
- - An endless list of useful and playful Form Widgets to include in your forms
- - Over 100 app integrations including SalesForce, PayPal, Dropbox, and Google Docs.
|MTLMentors||(January 23, 2015 at 10:24 AM)|
very happy and impressed
|aclayman93||(January 26, 2015 at 02:05 PM)|
I just imported my forms using the tool, Waiting for them to show up. If this actually works, I will be thrilled. The thought of recreating my wheels was giving me serious heart flutters!
|aarhusfilmworkshop||(January 27, 2015 at 03:42 AM)|
In "migration of web form tool", what kind og URL do you expect? The embedcode from our formscentral account?, or the URL where the form resides in our website? Best regards.