If you’ve ever had a Web site and wanted people to be able to contact you and send you files, then you’ve probably at least looked into using forms. We’ve all used them online before, and we probably fill them out on a regular basis whenever we’re buying or subscribing to something. E-mail also provides a good way for people to contact you, but not everyone is willing to publish their personal e-mail address for the general public. If this sounds like you, then a form is a good alternative for people to contact you through. The work involved in putting one of these forms together may seem daunting to you, but it doesn’t have to be with JotForm.
The nice thing about this service is that, quite literally, what you see is what you get. Instead of having to code forms from scratch, all you have to do is select the elements that you want, modify their properties, and arrange them however you wish. JotForm includes some very powerful tools that make a standard form look weak, and once you’re done creating your form, all you have to do is copy the code to your site. Even if you feel completely comfortable coding your own forms, you’ll still probably want to use JotForm because of the features that it offers.