FormGet – Advance Contact Form WordPress Plugin

Today, I am going to introduce you to a new service for creating advance contact forms. FormGet is an online service which helps to create and manage multiple contact forms under one dashboard. When you design a form with FormGet, it automatically builds the database, backend and scripts needed to embed and collect contact messages. FormGet does all this while making everything easy, fast and fun.

Today, I am going to introduce you to a new service for creating advance contact forms. FormGet is an online service which helps to create and manage multiple contact forms under one dashboard. When you design a form with FormGet, it automatically builds the database, backend and scripts needed to embed and collect contact messages. FormGet does all this while making everything easy, fast and fun.

Because FormGet host everything, all you need is your web browser and a few short minutes to build a form and start using it right away.

FormGet Contact Form plugin is available on WordPress repository using which you can easily build and manage your contact forms easily on your WordPress site and since FormGet manages all your data, Your entire data is fully secured on the FormGet servers to access anytime anywhere.

You can download the FormGet Contact Form Plugin here and you can try the FormGet application directly form here.

FormGet Plugin comes with lots of amazing cool features. Let’s discuss Top 5 FormGet Contact Form Plugin Features in detail:

#1.  Easy Online Form Building

FormGet Contact Form plugin provides you with a simple click, drag and drop interface for creating a contact form for your website. FormGet allows you to create variety of dynamic forms quickly.

You can decide to choose between all kind of basic fields like name, email, contact number, textboxes, dropdowns, paragraphs, checkboxes for simple form creation with built-in validations. Moreover,  using advance form fields you can create forms to allow uploading files, take payments and include captcha verifications to your form.

#2. One Powerful Dashboard To Manage All Your Forms at One Place

FormGet makes it pretty simple to manage all your forms across different websites through single dashboard. After creating your forms you will be able to view and reply to your entries from one single dashboard.

Did you ever find it hard to reply back to just so many entries coming over ?
With FormGet you can even delegate incoming entries based on your selection criteria or even delegate entire forms to one of your team members.

You can even track stats of all forms to see which form is performing best and create custom colored forms all using simple FormGet interface.

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Image above show the powerful FormGet dashboard where you can view all your forms, entries, stats and embed code of all your forms at one place. You can also customize Emails sent to the Users, Custom Brand your form and even Color Customize your form to suit your style.

#3. Inbuilt Helpdesk Software 

One of the primary issues with all the Contact Form solutions is that they allow you to collect the entries and datas but make it absolutely hard to communicate with those entry senders. How many time does it happens that you have to move to one of your email software just to talk to those contacts.

FormGet has a builtin Helpdesk solution which allows you to reply and communicate easily to your contacts through a same interface without having you to move anywhere else. Conversing with your contacts can’t be easier than ever before.

Moreover you can assign an agent according to the type of entries you receive. In other words, FormGet is not just your typical contact form solution but much more than that. FormGet is a powerful customer support tool as well.

#4. Multilingual Forms

The most important feature of any contact form is to make it in your local language. So that your customers can understand it easily. FormGet Contact Form supports multi languages capabilities which allows you to create forms in just about any language like German, Greek, Chinese etc. Multilingual forms is just a piece of cake.

#5. Embed Forms Anywhere On your Website Using Shortcode

FormGet gives you two different options for embedding forms on your site.

A) It allows you to place a Tabbed Widget on the right side of all your webpages. Clicking on tabbed widget opens the form inside a popup to maximise your entry submissions.

B) You can also embed your normal forms easily on any page/post or sidebar using a WordPress shortcode.

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With FormGet Contact Form, you have to just copy the WordPress shortcode and paste it to any page, post or widget area of your website where you want to show the form. Moreover, you can share this form into a various social networking platform by giving a direct link to your users. Additionally, this free WordPress plugin has a lot more advance features to offer, you can check out the FormGet App at Formget.com

Types Of Forms You Can Create

You can create a variety of forms with this awesome plugin.  Some of them are listed below.

  • Contact Form
  • Feedback Form
  • Booking Form
  • Helpdesk Form
  • Mailing List Form
  • Survey Form
  •  Job application Form
  • Online Order Form
  • Mailing List Form
  • Real Estate Application Form
  • and much more …

Conclusion

WordPress bring up with lots of contact form plugins for you but making a right choice among them is up to you. You can go for a plugin that is capable to compete all existing plugin on the basis of features and support. Moreover, it should perfectly satisfy the requirement of your website and enhance its functionality.

With FormGet you will be truly amazed by the features and flexibility which this plugin offers. I hope now you will be like to use FormGet on your site. Do share your thoughts about FormGet plugin and your experiences of using it on your website in the comment section below.

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Alyona Galea
Alyona Galea
Alyona is a WordPress enthusiast, focused on sharing interesting things she comes across during her work with this great CMS. She loves exploring new destinations and maintains a travel blog at www.alyonatravels.com

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17 Responses

  1. Shouldn’t you disclose somewhere that the author works for FormGet and is their content manager? This is just a big advertisement for FormGet without being presented as such. Which makes me question all of your content.

    1. Hello Anthony,

      Yes, I am associated with FormGet. Actually I gave the priority to explain the importance and simplicity of this application rather considering anything else..

      Hope you will give a try to FormGet and like the functionality of this application.

      Have a great day. 🙂

    2. Hello Anthony,

      Thanks for the heads up. Actually my primary focus was to let the users know about this wonderful Application. I am associated with the website.

      So don’t take it in another way. Have a try with FormGet.

      I am sure you will like the app.

      Thanks
      Malika

  2. Thanks, Anthony. Often, a vendor can give insight to their product’s features at a level that might not be evident to a neutral reviewer. That said, it is a negative reflection when neither WP Mayor nor Ms. Rani disclosed the association. Advertorials usually have a certain smell to them.

  3. The FormGet site is not ready for users. The bottom navigation for every option has # at the end. There is no ability to see pricing. It looks like the site isn’t even ready for Beta.

    1. Hello Dave,

      Thanks for the heads up. I have just fixed up those issues now. It won’t be a problem anymore.

      Definitely give a try to FormGet. I hope you will like it.

      Have a great day. Appreciate your time.

    1. Hello Harsh,

      Thanks for the awesome feedback. Glad you like it so much. Do let me know if you need any help. Feel free to post any suggestions.

      Welcome your feedback again.

      Have a great day.

    1. Hello Mariusz,

      Thanks for your response. However, I don’t think rating does play an important role in FormGet segment.

      Reason being I think this because, FormGet is not only a plugin, it’s more than that actually.

      A plugin normally has one particular task not multiple.

      But with FormGet, you can do multiple things. Like collecting payments, leads, assigning team members, email marketing, custom branding, use sliding popups and more.

      It is not strict to one thing. We wanted to aware users about the concept of this wonderful Form Building application and that is the reason we uploaded the plugin at WordPress.org.

      I hope, I have clarified my point.

      I would appreciate if you just give a try to FormGet following the link below and just feel the power of this app.

      http://www.formget.com/app/

      You will too agree with me.

      Thanks and have a great ahead.

      If you need any help just let me know.

      Deep.

  4. Hi thanks for this post,
    FormGet is an original service that would have been interesting but overpriced ($10 per month for single version).

    At this price I prefer by far, gravity forms 😉

    1. Hello WPFormation,

      Thanks for your response.

      Actually, the price seems like $9.95 per month but that amount gives you access to create 3 forms for your website where as Gravity gives you access to create one form.

      Also If I put stress on yearly plans FormGet offers $95 for an year whereas Gravity offers $99.

      I would appreciate if you could spare some time and give a try to FormGet. Not just pricing, you will feel the power of other unique features that FormGet has.

      http://formget.com/app

      Let me know if you need any help.

      Cheers,
      Deep.

  5. Interesting article. I came across BuddyForms (https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddyforms/) which is a plugin that can do all the simple and advanced forms. Also as I have a network contributing to our site it comes in soo handy as it includes user-submitted forms and gives us full control over the content that’s created. You should check it out, it’s pretty cool too.

    Cheers
    Aline

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