Collect, manage, and share form data using Jotform. With our suite of free data management tools, you can generate reports, PDFs, and securely share form submissions online.
Whether you need to access submissions on the go, share them with colleagues, or turn them into reports, Jotform makes it easier than ever to make the most of your submissions.
Share your form’s submissions page with others by copying and pasting the link, sending email invitations, or embedding a table into your website.
Keep track of submissions from assignees by clicking on their name in Jotform Form Builder. You can even send and schedule emails to remind them to fill out your form.
Access your form data from any device using Jotform Tables, our all-in-one database tool you can view as a spreadsheet, a calendar, or easy-to-read cards.
Create an autoresponder email for your form that instantly notifies users of incomplete submissions and allows them to finish filling out the form.
Ensure that submitted data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. Set a password for access to PDF attachments in submission emails.
Turn submissions into eye-catching visual reports to expertly view, analyze, and share your form data.
Generate bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, and more to instantly view your data in Jotform Tables. Begin with a blank, extended, or compact report.
Create a PDF report of submission data for a single form. Select Create PDF Document in your form’s More menu — then customize your PDF with our drag-and-drop PDF Editor.
Jotform Report Builder generates visual reports using your survey, questionnaire, or other form data. Share as a PDF or embed in a web page to auto-update with new submissions.
Display form data on your form’s “Thank You” page after submission. Add it as a PHP script, pass form data to third-party services, or save data to a MySQL database
Demo Feature: Conditional Logic Demos
Encourage users to elaborate on their answers when collecting surveys or feedback — for example, if a user states that they were dissatisfied with something on an event satisfaction survey, you can show a text box to allow them to explain further.