21 comments

  • Daniel FoscoDaniel Fosco, over 5 years ago

    Awww yes. See you later, Wufoo.

    7 points
  • Phil LaPierPhil LaPier, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Here's a more direct link: http://FormKeep.com

    6 points
  • Rick WaaldersRick Waalders, over 5 years ago

    FormKeep is pay what you want, because not all forms serve the same purpose. We want to give everyone a chance to use this service, so we ask you to pay what you think is appropriate, based on the business value provided for your particular form.

    That's so awesome!

    4 points
    • pjotr .pjotr ., over 5 years ago

      It's not pay what you want though.

      Subscribe to this form to access unlimited submissions.

      So how many submissions do I get for free? That doesn't seem to be on the site anywhere.

      1 point
      • Christian Reuter, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

        You get 10 submissions out of the box, in "sandbox mode", for free.

        After that, you decide what you want to pay for unlimited subscriptions.

        1 point
        • pjotr .pjotr ., over 5 years ago

          Not seeing that anywhere. Do you mind linking to the page?

          Also I'd rephrase this:

          After that, you decide what you want to pay for unlimited subscriptions.

          To this:

          After that, you decide between three payment tiers what you want to pay for unlimited subscriptions.

          2 points
          • Christian Reuter, over 5 years ago

            We don't have anything on the marketing page about that, but I'll make a note to. Thanks.

            There aren't payment tiers. It's a slider for you to select the amount you'd like to pay.

            2 points
            • pjotr .pjotr ., over 5 years ago

              Ah I was not aware of that. I was simply clicking on the hit points ("Not very", "A good deal", "Must have").

              Great product BTW. The export feature is pretty much key and really makes this an option for me over something like formspree.com.

              1 point
              • Rick WaaldersRick Waalders, over 5 years ago

                Those sliders are a smart move to 'guilt' people (in a good way imo) into paying more. If it was just a slider without labels, more people would slide it down to zero. Now you kinda feel like a cheapskate if you do :-)

                0 points
                • Phil LaPierPhil LaPier, over 5 years ago

                  Thanks @Rick. I designed the pricing slider and much of the FormKeep interface. The bullets act as anchors on the line, which subconsciously create an influential gravity on the user when selecting price. I think that's the 'guilt' you're referring to ;)

                  2 points
  • Thibault MaekelberghThibault Maekelbergh, over 5 years ago

    Sending out a form to a bunch of retailers in a couple of days.

    This is just what I needed

    4 points
  • Armando SosaArmando Sosa, over 5 years ago

    This is great. I've been using Google Forms for this purpose. Not anymore.

    2 points
  • Henrique Alves, over 5 years ago

    This is genius!

    2 points
  • Artur MullerArtur Muller, over 5 years ago

    This is exactly what I always wanted. Perfect.

    2 points
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, over 5 years ago

    Great idea. Definitely going to use this on future projects over Mailchimp built forms.

    2 points
  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, over 5 years ago

    Great product by the looks of it, haven't actually used a form yet but the UI seems simple and the code looks east to setup.

    Now going to wait until someone uses it on their Jekyll site :). If you do, please share!

    1 point
  • Vaibhav Kanwal, over 5 years ago

    I like how easy it was to get the form working by just adding the required form elements in my markup. No server side work required. Works really well.

    Can I also get an email notification saying I received a form submission? That would be wonderful.

    0 points
  • John McDowallJohn McDowall, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Hmm.

    0 points
  • Andy SmithAndy Smith, over 5 years ago

    I have search high and low for something like this! At last someone built it.

    I'd have built it myself, but I was searching high and low because I don't know how to do the backend stuff...

    0 points
  • Artur MaklyarevskyArtur Maklyarevsky, over 5 years ago

    pardon the newbie Q.. but in what way is this better than google forms? some great case-studies would be amazing to see on the site too ;-)

    0 points