There are a million WordPress form plugins these days and most of them do the exact same thing (for the most part), just with different interfaces, different price points, and some different strengths/weaknesses.
Tripetto is a WordPress form plugin that breaks that mold by actually bringing something new to the table, which I think is pretty cool.
Instead of stodgy old forms, Tripetto helps you create engaging conversational forms with flexible actions and branching logic (though it can also do the stodgy old forms, if that’s your thing).
In our Tripetto review, I’m going to take a hands-on look at this plugin.
I think this one is definitely worth a read because every WordPress site needs forms and Tripetto offers a form building experience that I haven’t experienced in any other WordPress form building plugin.
Tripetto Forms Review: A Look at the Features
I normally kick off reviews with a somewhat detailed look at a plugin’s features, but I’m going to keep this section very short because I think you’ll get more value from looking at the hands-on details than just reading a feature list.
Additionally, the developer maintains a very detailed feature list that you can explore if you want to see all the nitty-gritty details.
At a high level, Tripetto is a WordPress form plugin. It helps you collect information from your site’s visitors and lets you store that information in your WordPress site’s database or blast it out in email or Slack notifications.
You can use it to create all types of different forms including the following:
- Contact forms
- Lead generation forms
- Registration forms
- …and so on
The one thing you can’t create is payment forms with integrated payment processing via Stripe/PayPal, though it would be cool if those were added.
You can also connect your forms to other apps that you’re using via Zapier, Integromat, Pabbly Connect, or webhooks.
Ok – that kind of sounds like every other form plugin. So – why did I say that Tripetto is unique? Well, let’s talk about that…
Unique Form Interfaces – Three Options Total
One of the most unique things about Tripetto is the fact that it offers unique interfaces for people to engage with your forms, which the plugin calls “faces”.
You get three different faces:
- Autoscroll face – presents questions one at a time (much like Typeform, if you’re familiar with that tool).
- Chat face – presents form questions as an interactive chat – kind of like a structured chatbot.
- Classic face – a fairly traditional web form.
The best way to experience these is via the live examples that you
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on WP Mayor.