17 Responses

  1. Anthony Blunt
    Anthony Blunt November 20, 2013 at 15:55 | | Reply

    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. Malika Rani
      Malika Rani November 21, 2013 at 07:34 | | Reply

      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. Malika Rani
      Malika Rani November 22, 2013 at 02:05 | | Reply

      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.


  2. Dave Leininger
    Dave Leininger November 20, 2013 at 17:51 | | Reply

    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.

    1. Malika Rani
      Malika Rani November 21, 2013 at 07:36 | | Reply

      Thanks Dave for the explanation. Appreciate your favor. 🙂

    2. Deep Wadhwa
      Deep Wadhwa November 22, 2013 at 03:46 | | Reply

      Hello Dave,

      Thanks for the clarification. Appreciate your help.

  3. Dave Smith
    Dave Smith November 20, 2013 at 18:30 | | Reply

    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. Malika Rani
      Malika Rani November 21, 2013 at 07:26 | | Reply

      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.

    2. Neeraj Agarwal
      Neeraj Agarwal November 22, 2013 at 01:37 | | Reply

      Thanks for the feedback Dave. We have updated the footer links in the FormGet App. I would recommend you to give a try to form builder app at http://www.formget.com/app

      I am pretty sure you would like it.


  4. HarshH
    HarshH November 21, 2013 at 15:34 | | Reply

    I like the form creation interface. Pretty sleek.
    Color customizer is awesome.
    I love the app! 10/10.

    1. Deep Wadhwa
      Deep Wadhwa November 21, 2013 at 10:32 | | Reply

      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.

    2. Malika Rani
      Malika Rani November 22, 2013 at 02:21 | | Reply

      Hi Harsh,

      Thanks for using FormGet and I hope this wonderful App do wonders for you.

      Have a great day!


  5. Mariusz M
    Mariusz M February 18, 2014 at 04:45 | | Reply

    Only 3.6 out of 5 stars for WordPress plugin. Not enough to use in own project. Get back to work!

    1. Deep Wadhwa
      Deep Wadhwa April 16, 2014 at 01:19 | | Reply

      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.


      You will too agree with me.

      Thanks and have a great ahead.

      If you need any help just let me know.


  6. WPFormation
    WPFormation April 15, 2014 at 23:11 | | Reply

    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. Deep Wadhwa
      Deep Wadhwa April 16, 2014 at 01:36 | | Reply

      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.


      Let me know if you need any help.


  7. Aline Dahmen
    Aline Dahmen January 13, 2017 at 03:11 | | Reply

    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.


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