If you’ve ever been part of an organized group of people, whether it’s for volunteer work or simply a meeting of the minds, you know they come with their own special set of issues. Here are our solutions to some of the most common problems we’ve seen.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve teamed up with Stripe to bring payment options directly to Cognito Forms, eliminating the need for paper invoices and helping you get money in your pocket faster.
By pulling Cognito Forms entries directly into SharePoint, you can use our simple, but powerful form builder while still leveraging all the great features of SharePoint lists, like versioning, workflows, search, and more.
By creating this app for WordPress, we’re giving users a unified experience when building and installing our simple-but-powerful forms. No knowledge of HTML is needed, meaning you’re ready to rock and roll in just a few clicks.
One of the unique features of Cognito Forms is the ability to capture repeating data. Repeating data allows you to adjust the number of populated fields according to user needs, so you don’t have a fixed number of fields to only accommodate a small percentage of users.
Cognito Forms supports robust calculations to allow you to create really powerful customized forms. Calculations can be used to:
Conditional logic has hit Cognito Forms! This feature allows forms to show and hide or conditionally require fields based on a respondent’s answers. Let’s see how these features play out in the real world.