If there is software that has revolutionized the forms, it has been Typeform. They haven’t just created a new form editor, they’ve made it interactive, playing with conversational design to show the different questions in the forms you can create.
Typeform has a free plan but limited to no more than 10 questions and 100 answers per month. Its lowest payment plan, $30 per month, has a limit of 1000 responses per month, includes the option of uploading files to your forms as well as the ability to connect to payment gateways. The professional plan supports up to 5000 responses and its Premium plan 10000 responses.
|Number of responses per month|
|Basic ||$0||100 responses|
|PRO ||$30||Unlimited responses|
|PRO+ ||Starts at $59||Unlimited responses|
Typeform Main Features
A positive review we found about Typeform
I love the Typeform. In my opinion, it has the best overall user experience. The shapes can be modified, but it’s the one-question-per-time design that is best. Particularly good for long responses, although all kinds of responses work well. Also if you don’t want the person to look at the other questions for some reason, or have some kind of “surprise” promo or something on one of the following questions. The manner in which the answers are presented often makes it easy to find specific information. To save you time, it also has compatibility with Zapier, and provides some ready to use beautiful templates.
A bad review we found about Typeform
In the sense of a real calculator, the “Calculate” feature does not actually calculate. Rather, when you create quizzes and surveys, it measures “points.” It’s kind of difficult to get used to the new Typeform interface simply because we were used to the previous interface SO. It’s always hard to get used to when software companies change their tool or offer a facelift to their tool…. Nonetheless, new users won’t have any trouble. It’s just a disadvantage for us as we’ve been used to their original interface.