Disable field data persistence to avoid saving sensitive information.
Reduce friction breaking your form into multiple pages.
Collect one-time or recurring payments using Stripe.
Set rules to personalize your form based on users provided information.
Use validation flows to create from simple to complex form validations.
Receive an email notification every time someone submits a form.
Avoid spam submissions by default. No captcha needed.
Easily embed your forms into your WordPress site with a shortcode.
Reduce friction and increase conversion spliting your form into multiple steps, you can also create custom validations between your form steps to validate user provided information before continuing to the next step. The most common uses cases to use multi-step forms are registration or payment forms
You can create custom validation flows that will be executed before submitting a form or before continuing to the next form step. This custom form validations can be as simple as validating if an email address is correct or not, or can be more complex like making custom HTTP requests to multiple web services to verify user information.
Our forms provides several custom DOM events you can listen to track user behaviour in your forms or even execute code in a specific situation. This events are triggered when someone focus or loses focus on a field, when someone changes a field value or even when someone submits your form successfully. This is really useful to simplify your life with tag managers.