Friday, May 4, 2012

Jotform Releases Collection of Over 500 Form Templates

JotForm, first presented here in the fall of 2009, is a web-based WYSIWYG form builder. No HTML coding or web design knowledge is needed to use JotForm. You can create forms, integrate them to your wiki, blog, or web site and collect submissions from your visitors with ease.


Jotform has just released a huge collection of over 500 form templates, free and ready to use today!

You can search for a form by keyword and quickly preview the forms visually in under a second. JotformForm Templates are designed to work well on mobile browsers and tablets.

Form Templates can be used without creating a JotForm account. In minutes, you can have a good looking and fully-functional form on your web site.

1 comment:

Aytekin from JotForm Team said...

Thanks Thomas for covering Form Templates in your blog. :)

JotForm is very popular among teachers. That's why we launched Form Templates with 59 educational forms.

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