PandaForm is a web-based form creator that lets users build, track, and process forms that can be managed or updated from any computer, anywhere, at any time. Aimed at small business owners, non-governmental organizations, and educational institutions, PandaForm offers its users a way to create event registrations, purchase orders, employee contracts, job applications and much, much more in a short amount of time.
If you’re a small business owner who’s checking out PandaForm for the first time, you’ll want to get started by creating an account and deciding which type of form you’d like to make first. Thanks to the site’s drag and drop functionality, you can include whichever fields fit your needs—PandaForm offers 13 fields, including paragraphs of text, check boxes, drop down boxes, and file uploading buttons—and arrange them in an order that makes sense to you. Once you’ve selected the fields and typed in the necessary information, you can get started distributing the form you’ve created. PandaForm lets you email a link or embed the HTML code for the form directly in your existing website or blog. You’ll be able to instantly see when new people have filled out your form, and export their answers as a .CSV file to dig into the data further at a later date.
Depending on the type of form you’ve set up, you can begin accepting payments from people who’ve filled out the form via PayPal and send them automatic confirmations once their forms have been submitted. Because PandaForm is made for such a wide audience of users, there really is no limit to the different types of forms and registrations you can make with the application, and anyone with an imagination should be able to come up with dozens of ways to use the application in their professional life.
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