FormGet allows you to create, customize and share different types of forms with supreme ease,
all from a single dashboard
Create forms by dragging & dropping the form blocks in the editor
Embed forms on your website or directly share them via URLs
Manage & keep a tab on the form entries via the Inbox panel
Collect one time and recurring payments via PayPal or Stripe
Get notified of the successful form submissions through emails
Collaborate with your team members and share form access
Show or hide form blocks based on the user’s form entries
Prefill form fields with data for faster form filling process
Break your lengthy forms into smaller multiple form pages
Collect partial submitted form entries & offer a Fill Later option
Redirect your users to different places after form submission
Connect your form with email marketing apps, Dropbox & more
Seamlessly integrate your forms with numerous 3rd party integrations like PayPal, Stripe, MailGet, MailChimp, GetResponse, Dropbox, Google Analytics & more to automate your workflow
FormGet Forms provides you the variety of pre-built templates that you can use for creating the forms.
FormGet is a free online form building app that helps you to create any kind forms for your business. You just need to click on the fields and they will be added to your forms.
Depending upon your requirements, you can apply conditional logics to your forms that can be based on multiple levels of branching.
Within your FormGet dashboard, create form and share form links online with your users. Further you can access and manage all your data from within FormGet dashboard.
Sign up in our form builder software for free. After exploring the software, you’ll find mutiple plans with different pricing. Just go with the plan which suits your requirement and enjoy the features.
FormGet is integrated with Stripe and PayPal payment gateways and you can use any of them to collect one time or recurring payments. You can sell pretty much anything using FormGet.
You can embed the form on your website as a sliding form (tabbed form), a plain form (embed in between website content or sidebars) or you can share the direct form link with your audience.
Yes, there is a series of step by step video tutorials for FormGet to help you understand all the amazing features.