June has been a productive month for us so here is the June summary of recent 123ContactForm news and updates.
123ContactForm now integrates with Desk.com, making it possible for users to receive tickets instantly through form submissions.
Just a few steps are required to enable the integration. Find out more details here: http://bit.ly/28OB6Mf
“I have been fortunate enough to talk to Florin Cornianu, CEO and Co-Founder of 123ContactForm, who was happy to discuss his views on designing forms that enhance user experience, but also user communication”
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“You can create any kind of web form or online survey with this intuitive drag and drop tool. Whether you want to add a contact form, event registration form or any other type of form, there are a large variety of templates to customise. “
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“There are premium options available such as 123ContactForm.com which offer pre-built form templates as well as a real-time form editor where no code skills are required”
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“To show our gratitude, we’re launching the Avangate Awards to celebrate excellence in innovation, enabling valuable digital offerings, global expansion and optimal use of the Avangate platform and services, across several categories.”
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“No matter if you master the art of creating effective online forms or you’re a newbie at this, implementing the following tricks can help you get your form from just ok to simply great.”
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“Be clever about how you attract them to fill in the form, offer free information, sign them up to a club or engage them through polls.”
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“Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.”
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To wrap things up, we want to share with you an awesome and funny review we got from one of our Wix users.
“A great form designer that’s clear and simple to use. Has all the functions you’ll need to create the form of all forms. If Chuck Norris wanted a form he’d use 123FormBuilder.”
So what are you waiting for?