Forms are a vital part of your WordPress website. There is no shortage of form plugins for WordPress. But not all form plugins were created equal. Some have only the basic functionality. Others offer more in terms of features but can be complicated to set up.
And then there are forms that have all the necessary features but lack in style and customization options. In addition to that, new form plugins are always added to the plugin repository.
JetFormBuilder is one such plugin. It’s a relatively new plugin that not only offers all the essential form features but also makes it easy to create stylish looking forms. In this review, we’ll take a look at its core features and what it brings to the table.
What Is JetFormBuilder
JetFormBuilder markets itself as the dynamic WordPress form builder that lets you build Gutenberg forms in a visual way. It requires no coding and doesn’t require a separate interface to build out simple as well as complex forms.
Why Use JetFormBuilder?
The plugin comes with 21+ form fields and makes it easy to create all kinds of different forms: contact forms, survey forms, payment forms, and more. The free version can be downloaded from the official repository. What makes this form plugin so attractive is the fact that it offers a lot of features in the free version.
Another reason why this plugin stands out is the fact that it directly integrates with Gutenberg. In fact, to build your form, you’ll use the Gutenberg editor and blocks to add form fields. You can then easily insert the form as a block within the Gutenberg editor.
JetFormBuilder Core Features
JetFormBuilder has an impressive number of features which include the ability to build multi-step forms, integrate your form with email marketing platforms, and set up various post-submit actions.
JetFormBuilder comes with 21+ form field types. This includes text fields, text area fields, radio buttons, checkbox fields, number, date fields, calculated fields, and more. Thanks to this you can build all kinds of different forms including:
- Contact forms
- Employee application forms
- Registration and booking forms
- Payment forms
- Donation forms
To make things even better, all of this is available for free with the JetFormBuilder plugin.
JetFormBuilder also supports conditional logic. This means that you can choose to show certain form fields depending on how the previous form fields were filled out. This allows you to create more personalized forms.
On top of choosing to show, hide or enable certain form fields, you can also use conditional logic to set up the post-submit actions for your forms.
This article was written by Brenda Barron and originally published on WPExplorer.