I’m taking a stab at using Jotform because of it’s Save for Later option. Downfalls I’ve noticed with the pack in Coda:
It doesn’t pull in form data, only that the form has been submitted (what form and when). Is there a way to actually pull in the actual data from the submitted form or at least basic details (who submitted, etc)?
We can only create up to 5 forms with the free version (we’re already paying for several other tools so upgrading probably wouldn’t fly financially for our department)
Are there any other Form packs that would pull in better data from form submittals and/or have a larger # of forms we can create (we need between 6-10).
Also, it would be great if the Coda forms allowed for a Save option so a submitter could go back and finish a form at a later time. It’s easy to use so this feature would be a great addition!
Hey there! You can look at Paperform, typeform and tally forms, all of which have a Coda pack.
But finding a free form builder AND have it offer 6-10 forms along with a save for later option - you are going to be really hard coming by something like that.
Jotform is powerful - and awesome. Worth the money if you really need forms. Other option is Google forms as wel
That being said , I’m the creator of the Jotform pack for Coda and it should be pulling in all your data and submissions. Please let me know specifically what you are noticing it’s lacking and in happy to look!
I was hoping that our team could go into Coda to retrieve the actual results of each form submission and hide any columns we don’t need to see offhand, instead of having to go into Jotform for full results.