Looking to grow your business online and convert more visitors? WPForms is the best WordPress form plugin for beginners to create forms on their WordPress sites and digital marketers know that forms are more than just a simple way for users to contact you. In this video, we’ll cover powerful tools inside WPForms to help you grow your business online.

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To begin this tutorial we will be using WPForms premium and we will install the templates addon to give us powerful templates to start out with rather than a blank form where each field needs to be manually added.

WPForms’ conditional logic allows you to change what is shown and where the form is sent based on the user’s choice. This means, as an example, you can send the filled-in forms to different department emails based on the type of question or selection that the user inserts in your form or modify the confirmation message.

With the pro addons, you have the power to connect WPForms to tools such as Google Sheets, Slack, or Salesforce to let your team know about high importance messages through those different tools.

For dropdown options, WPForms has presets for filling in information such as countries, postal codes, states, months, days, or even your own custom lists. If you’re wanting to prevent everyone from only selecting the same option you can even select the option to randomize the choices per user.

There are tools for Geolocation, hidden fields, GDPR, and terms of service to give you all of the tools you’ll need to get for your site’s forms. For one time purchases, you can add PayPal and Stripe integrations for fundraising or other small purchase needs.

To prevent spam, WPForms has honeypot on by default as well as reCAPTCHA should you want to protect the form further. If you have multiple sites you can import or export the forms to each site among may other powerful tools available.

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