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Aytekin Tank is the 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.

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10 Different Ways to Use JotForm Cards

You may have heard, but we recently announced JotForm Cards, a new style of online form that improves your customer’s experience while filling it out. JotForm Cards differ from traditional forms by asking questions one at a time, which significantly improves respondent focus and makes it 100% mobile friendly. 


While we’ll never do away with our classic form style, we want you to have the option to be able to use this innovative new method for collecting customer data. And we’re here to show you it can be used for any type of form you can think of. 


Here are 10 ways we think you'll enjoy using this innovative new style of form. It's shown to increase response rate by 36%!


Contact Form

contact form


Feedback Form

feedback form


Product Order Form

product order


Course Evaluation Form


Donation Form


Photography Request Form


Membership Registration Form


Website Request Form


Booking Form


Subscription Form


Are you using JotForm Cards? Tell us how in the comments below! 

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Aytekin Tank

Aytekin Tank is the 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.

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3 Comments...

  • bibuch

    I'd love to see these full models, but... Erm... The links are not working here, it opens to a blank page.

  • Mike Stephenson

    I have been using JotForms for a while for my business contacts. I converted my contact form to JotForm cards when it debuted and it seemed to work OK for a while. Then some customers said they were not hearing back from me. When I tried sending myself a form, I received a message that basically said: "pay up or else". I'm not impressed - I'm still trying to find out how many customers I lost!!! And this form is all double characters - it's giving me a headache. No longer a fan!

  • grainshark

    useful! tkx