Trying to decide between Tripetto vs WPForms as the best form plugin for your WordPress site?
WPForms is the most popular form plugin at WordPress.org while Tripetto is a newer form plugin that focuses on helping you build unique conversational forms with branching logic.
Both have advantages and disadvantages to the other one, so you’ll want to make sure you have the information to choose the best form plugin for your site.
That’s what our hands-on Tripetto vs WPForms comparison is for.
By the end, you should have a good idea of which form plugin best fits your needs. Here are the different areas where we’ll compare these two plugins:
- Key features and strong points
- Frontend form designs
- Backend form builder interface
At the end, I’ll also make some recommendations on when you might want to use each plugin.
Tripetto vs WPForms: Key Features and Strong Points
Let’s kick off our Tripetto vs WPForms comparison by running over some of the key features in both plugins.
This is not a complete list of every single little feature in each plugin, I’m just trying to highlight the main features and strong points of each plugin.
One of the most notable features of Tripetto is that it helps you create conversational forms. For every form that you build, you can choose from three different “faces”, which affect the frontend display of the form:
- Autoscroll face – display questions one at a time. This is basically a clone of Typeform.
- Chat face – collect information via an interactive chat interface. This creates a much more conversational experience that’s kind of like a structured chatbot.
- Classic face – the “normal” web form layout.
I’ll show examples of these “faces” in the next section.
You can use Tripetto to create contact forms, calculators, surveys, quizzes, and more. You can also collect leads and save lead information to your email marketing service or CRM.
One area where Tripetto is very strong is conditional logic, AKA branch logic. Tripetto makes branching logic a core part of the form builder, which makes it very easy for you to modify your form based on a user’s behavior.
The idea here is that you can use conditional logic to improve the conversion and completion rates of your forms and just generally create a better user experience for your forms. For example, you might display different sets of follow-up questions based on how a user answers an earlier question, which lets you optimize your forms for different types of users.
Here are some of the other notable features in Tripetto:
- Flexible actions – incorporate “actions” in your forms to perform
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on WP Mayor.