You can use each tool to collect data on your customers. Some of the collection capabilities are better than others.
This is a great tool for collecting and analyzing data. Users can view partial submissions when the respondent saves the form.
This tool has a feature to see how many people viewed your forms, how many responded, and where the traffic is coming from. Users can view the data visually on the dashboard and get insights into form performance.
With Jotform, users can also build approval flows. They can collect information in an online form and create tasks in an automated workflow.
This software also has a PDF builder, allowing users to put data in a PDF.
This software performs weakest in terms of data collection and analysis. Users can see individual responses or get a summary of results with automatically generated graphs and charts. It offers a decent overall view of the data but lacks detailed insight.
Users get good data collection and analytics performance with this tool. They can see who viewed and responded to a form.
It also gives insights into completion rates and average completion times. Users can see where respondents stopped filling out a form.
But unlike Jotform and ConvertCalculator, Typeform users can't view partial submissions. That leaves a gap in its data collection capabilities, meaning users lose valuable insights.
Collecting submission data is convenient with ConvertCalculator. You only need to add a button to your form to get started.
They allow you to navigate between views and collect full and partial form submissions. Data gets automatically saved once the respondent clicks a button, even when the form is partially completed. This is excellent for lead capture.
Nine ways to collect submission data.
1. Submissions dashboard - an in-app overview of your submissions
2. Email - receive submission data in your email and/or send the quote directly to your lead.
3. Table - write data to a ConvertCalculator table.
4. CRM (Hubspot) - collect submission data in Hubspot and let your sales team follow up with ease.
5. Spreadsheet (Google Sheet) - save submission data in a spreadsheet for easy access and analysis.
6. Data flow automation (Zapier) - connect to 1000+ apps with Zapier.
8. PDF generation - process submission data into a PDF.
9. Webhooks - use webhooks to integrate with external services.