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Your website needs forms to collect the contact information, run surveys, polls, feedbacks & whatnot.

Most of the form builders are either clunky or has a lot of options which only makes the job more complicated to create a simple form,

Comes in the savior, NativeForms. Your no-code form builder

NativeForms’ drag-and-drop interface lets you quickly design and publish various types of online forms, polls, surveys, questionnaires, calendar bookings, etc.

Product Highlights

  • Create your Forms in less than a minute
  • Set up alerts on Slack & Discord, every time your forms are filled
  • Alternative to: Typeform, Paperform
  • Best suited for Website Owners, Digital Agencies, Marketers

To get started, NativeForms comes with a lot of pre-built templates catered to different needs.

Choose a template, add/edit questions based on your requirements and define your conditions. That’s pretty much it to start with your first form.

You can customize your form to match your branding needs, from the variety of color schemes built within.

All your forms created on NativeForms will be intuitive, interactive, and are fully compatible with all platforms.

You will probably be building a lot of forms for several websites. With the Folder structure, you can keep them all organized in your account.

With the bunch of native integrations, you can trigger the actions & alerts as soon as your forms are filled

Native Forms comes with 30+ form types and a library of widgets that are useful for market research, sales leads, e-commerce, consultants, and more.

Once a form is built, you can either grab a native link to share across social media or mention in your newsletter (or) Email the form directly within your NativeForms dashboard (or) grab the iframe code and embed it anywhere.

With the detailed analytics, you can keep track of the completion rate, devices using which the forms are getting filed, browsers, platforms & so on.

Normally, the Business plan costs $30/month for Unlimited responses.

But you are a SaaS Mantra Genieus (that's no typo…...you’re a Genie-Us), and you’re paying $49/one-time to get Unlimited forms, storage & also includes 5 team members.

Start collecting leads with NativeForms today!!

Deal Highlights

  • Unlimited Forms & Surveys
  • Unlimited Submissions
  • Unlimited Websites
  • Unlimited Embeds
  • Unlimited Attachments
  • Logic Jumps
  • Downloadable HTML forms
  • All integrations (Google Sheets, Slack, Discord, etc.)
  • 5 Users
  • Removable "powered by" branding
  • GDPR Compliant
  • No stacking required
  • Future integrations & updates on Business Plan are included
  • Refund policy: 30 days, no questions asked

Learn how to build forms in no time with Tony, Founder of NativeForms on the 4th of May, at 10 am EST. Here's your link to sign up for the free webinar



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Ryan five-review

16 hours ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Simple yet beautiful

I have been pleasantly surprised by NativeForms. It's excellent. I hope the founder Tony keeps developing and doesn't stop. It genuinely has great potential. The beauty is in it's simplicity. And I am so glad the forms genuinely look pretty. Thanks.


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Maria five-review

5 days ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

NativeForms is such a gem of a product, especially for a lifetime deal.

NativeForms is such a gem of a product, especially for a lifetime deal.

I’ve asked many questions and found both Tony and Sam to be extremely responsive. As the developer, Tony is very eager to continue to build new and exciting functionality into what is already a feature-rich app. I love the fact that Tony is very customer facing and is interested in hearing what customers have to say.

I’ve not done much development on forms. Mostly, only as a PTO volunteer for my son’s school. However, in doing so, I did build a pretty intricate, multi-part, conditional, bilingual form using Google Forms. I also have played a bit with Cognito Forms but for volunteer forms, it wasn’t worth the investment in a subscription.

Now, I am working on a new project where I require the ability to allow users to upload multiple photos with a hyperlink in a field in a Google Sheet. This is available with Google Forms, but with one big caveat. In order to upload photos or files, the uploader (person filling out your form) must be logged into Google. This poses big problem because not everyone has a Google account or wants to be bothered to set one up when they are filling out a form.

This is a very new project and I wanted to put together a sample form with the upload functionality to demonstrate proof of concept for what I am developing.

Then NativeForms appears out of nowhere. I'm not even sure how I ended up at SaaSMantra...

I am a lifetime deal addict. But, I wasn’t on the market for a form app, so I never really looked at what was out there in the LTD market. Then, like a mirage, when my problem arose, the solution appeared, NativeForms. It really caught my eye, because it had 5-lantern reviews popping up like popcorn. I don’t think I’ve seen any LTD gather such a fan base so quickly.

I was going to wait until after the webinar, but then I decided to jump in without it. I’ve only had about one hour to play with NativeForms since then. But in that time, I was able to create a basic form that can do the uploading that I need. I need to play more with some advanced functionality and to pretty up the design, but really I could just use the form as it is – created in about an hour.

Tony, thanks for such a great app! Please keep developing it further. Sam: Thanks for your responsiveness on the questions and for bringing such an awesome app to SaaSMantra.


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Deepak Bhardwaj five-review

5 days ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Works Great

Works like charm. I run a digital agency and I was waiting for something like this for a long time. Simple yet effective form builder. Ps. This is my first purchase from Saas Mantra and really happy with it so far.


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Izzul five-review

6 days ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Love the simplicity ❤️️

1. I like the UI/UX, its simple, color balance and straight forward.

2. Easy to understand dashboard.

3. Ready-made template categories i,e support, research, lead capture & feedback

4. Integration with Wix, Wordpress & GTM and also allow for integration request (Cool)

5. It got webhook for better manage the data

6. I hope the developer could add radio image button. Currently, users can only use text option

7. Hopefully there is an easy way using CNAME. Not very tech savy for downloading HTML file and host in own server.


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Ryan five-review

1 week ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Everything I need for simple forms - Great Price - Just a few suggestions also!

This is a great deal. Unlimited Forms and Submissions.

This goes well beyond what Google Forms can do, although I do find Google Forms a bit more intuitive to use than NativeForms. Of course some of the minor added complexity of NativeForms is just that it can do MORE than Google Forms and also you can have your forms be unbranded.

Highlights:

* Quick and easy to build the forms

* LOTS of field options including some nice ones I don't see elsewhere such as MATRIX

* Good Amount of Integrations

* Webhooks! Very easy to use them too

* Conditional Fields feature is basic but easy to set up and use

* Can save form progress

* Can save partial form responses

Suggested Improvements

* Allow more layout options (such as 2 or 3 fields across horizontally)

* Imput verification fields (Numbers only, Password requirements, Email format, Phone Number amount of digits etc)

* For the email to the form filler, let us make it custom but ALSO be able to send the data with a merge tag

* Formulas - Especially with sliders we need to be able to calculate a price based on the slider

* Set own payment amount for Stripe payments

* Place inputs back into form (multistep?) So if they put their name on one step we can use it to address them in the next etc

Overall a very nice SaaS forms product though and I highly recommend it especially for simple forms needs! This can do that and more. It can collect registrations, appointment requests, poll info, reviews, feedback, files etc. Its great and hopefully only going to get better!


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Sharpened Pixels

9 hours ago

Hi Tony, does Native Forms support calculations?


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Tony

8 hours ago  Founder

@Sharpened Pixels: Currently no.


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Ryan

2 days ago

Hi Tony, I am interested in purchasing your deal. It looks like a product with potential. I was testing your forms and I have 2 basic questions. 1) I cannot seem to change the background colour on forms to white, please see here https://prnt.sc/12ywqej 2) Secondly, do you have a published roadmap? And are there plans to have Stripe integrations and the ability to take payments?

Btw, I really like your product. I hope you keep developing and improving it. Thank you. Ryan


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Tony

15 hours ago  Founder

@Ryan: Hi Ryan,

1. It is possible to change it with custom CSS. Please open chat inside NativeForms and let me know there. I will guide you.

2. I already have Stripe integration 👍


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Ryan

9 hours ago

@Tony: Thanks Tony, I'll contact you today. I am happy to shown how. If you have css script you can share that would be awesome.

Regarding taking Stripe card payment using the form. Unless I have misunderstood, are you saying you have Stripe integration and I can take card payments using the forms? Because I have gone through all the integrations again, and I can't see Stripe!

I have a Aidaform account, and in used to take payments for some services using the form. So, it would be great to be able to do most form related tasks via NativeForms.

Btw, I think you got the form design just right. Simple clean design that is current. Ialso see you are constantly adding more integrations. I genuinely think you will do really well with this. If I had money, I would invest ;)


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Tony

9 hours ago  Founder

@Ryan: You connect Stripe integration after adding "Stripe payment block' in form editor. Simply click "Add question" and you will find it there.


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Ryan

8 hours ago

@Tony: :) I have just connected stripe, and you right, it's already there. I never would have known had I not asked. You don't seem to be promoting that feature. Anyway, great work. You have won me over. 👏


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Marcus

3 days ago

Is there conditional logic? If so, can you add complex conditional logic such as AND and OR logic? For example, show element X

if element Y equals A AND element Z equals B OR element W equals C


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Tony

3 days ago  Founder

@Marcus: For now I support only basic conditional rendering support.


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Marcus

7 hours ago

@Tony: Thanks!


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Muhammad Aizat

3 days ago

Hi when will this deal expire?


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Sampath Administrator

3 days ago

@Muhammad Aizat: Most likely soon


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Muhammad Aizat

4 days ago

Hi I have sent emails to you for several key questions I have, Do you prefer to ask here or via contact form of your website?


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Muhammad Aizat

4 days ago

@Muhammad Aizat: I will ask some here:

1. How does the form handles privacy of information and comply to GDPR? Is there an option where we can store the files to our own server like easy forms?

2. How long will this deal goes for?

3. Any bonus for clients leaving honest review if they like this product?

4. Can we add conditions and perhaps calculation, ie. loan calculator for example

5. If my client use this form, how do they see forms that were sent to their website other than from emails, do they need to login to Native form website as user?

4. If client website uses Wordpress. Is there a plugin for Native form where there is a database in Wordpress (like other WP plugin) for incoming forms?

Thats all. Thank you for answering all of them. If you prefer to answer personally, let me know here and send me to my email that I send to your website aizat.ha####@gmail.com


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David

4 days ago

How does this compare with ZonkaFeedback form?


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Tony

4 days ago  Founder

@David: I offer 14-days free trial. You can check it on your own 👍


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Konstantinos

5 days ago

Hello! I already bought Native Forms and tried to embed the form in two cases:

(a) in an AMP page created with SwipePages, and

(b) in an email.

In the first case embedding with an iframe breaks AMP validation. Can you create a sharing option with AMP compatibility without losing the "Upload File" option?

In the second case (email), the "Upload File" option disappears completely. Can this be fixed?

Another huge privacy problem is that uploaded files are stored with a public URL. This poses a threat of random access or search engine crawl of contents and showing the file in search results. This matter should be addressed as soon as possible.


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Andrew

5 days ago

Will there be a custom domain (not just embed) coming or it will not be a part of the plan/roadmap.


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Tony

5 days ago  Founder

@Andrew: Right now you can download HTML file with form that you can host on your domain 👍


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Anson

6 days ago

Hi Creator, could you share some background of the company / team of this SaaS?

For example: previous projects, Linkedin profiles, Facebook profiles for buyers' reference.

As the continuous system update and support are critical for buyers to make purchase decision for the lifetime deal. Thank you.


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Tony

6 days ago  Founder

@Anson: Hi, it's only me Tony :D Here is my GitHub: https://github.com/venits and Twitter: https://twitter.com/tony_venits Feel free to reach me you 👍


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Elijah Yarra

1 week ago

Can you make the HTML code responsive to mobile? Whenever I test my newly embedded form to my website and use it via mobile, it falls back to a link (I invite you to fill in a form: Open form in a new tab.)

Not all respondents are using Desktop.

So I think embedding it on a website is useless and the respondent will still need to click a link to be redirected to our form.


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Elijah Yarra: Mobile apps don't support forms inside email that's why fallback link is displayed 👍


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Elijah Yarra

1 week ago

@Tony: Having a custom domain for our forms is a must then. It would help prospect feel at ease to see our company's domain not Native Forms.


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Muhammad Aizat

3 days ago

@Elijah Yarra: its also for privacy reasons. Because right now all forms and information is kept at some server and we are not sure how GDPR compliant is that.


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Ashwini

1 week ago

Can I achieve something like this where the customer can place enquiry in pop up form and I will get an email with all details they filled in form with product name below are the example sites?

And enquiry confirmation to customer mail id filled in enquiry form?

https://9meds.com/product/caverta-100-mg-tablets/

https://www.gnhindia.com/products/caverta-100-mg-tablet-sildenafil100mg/


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Ashwini: Yep, totally possible. I have option to send emails both ways 👍


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Ashwini

1 week ago

@Tony: How can make the form to open in pop up?


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Ashwini: Please take a look at this documentation: https://nativeforms-widget.glitch.me/


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Ashwini

1 week ago

@Tony: And how can I add product name in emails?


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Ashwini: The only way is to use webhooks and implement your own email sending system where you can customize emails how you want


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Ashwini

1 week ago

@Tony: I read somewhere you are working on WordPress plugin. Does this functionality be there without using any webhooks (actually I don't know how to use that)?


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Ashwini: Those are separate features that don't depend on each other :/


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Alvin

1 week ago

I'm thinking of running quizzes, like typeform. Does this allow for categories and results shown to the quiz-taker?

E.g.

Category A: 48%

Category B: 85%


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Alvin: Hi, currently I have only basic quiz support and case you described will be quite hard to achieve :/


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Ronny

1 week ago

NativeForms really looks amazing. One question though: In Europe we have to ask for consent to process personal data (on top of cookie acceptance) and store the consent details. Can NativeForms be integrated with a solution like Iubenda? See: https://www.iubenda.com/en/consent-solution


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Ronny

1 week ago

@Tony I can imagine this is a difficult question for a small business / startup. But we can't ignore the law. Be aware: we are in the same boat :) My question: Have you thought about these kind of legal issues?


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Maria

5 days ago

@Ronny: From reading other posts, I think you might be able to download your form as html, where you can then host it on your own domain and integrate the Iubenda JS widget.

Just a thought.


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Ronny

4 days ago

@Maria: I really appreciate your answer. I would have expected an answer from the founder however. To be honest: I lost trust because of the lack of response. Deal states that NF is GDPR compliant but I didn't even get a cookie notification when visiting the NF site for the first time. Basic stuff. And now I have to trust NF with our visitors data? We have to deal with B2C data processing. In Europe. I know GDPR etc is hard but product developers (like me) will have to handle this. Can't risk using tools where founders don't answer a simple question.


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Shelley

1 week ago

Is there a webhooks integration? I didn't see it on your site but someone mentioned to me that you do integrate with webhooks.


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Shelley: Hi, yes I have full webhooks support 👍


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Shelley

1 week ago

@Tony: Great thank you!


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Chris

1 week ago

Can we have different sender email for every different form? Besides, can we have the same sender email for different form as well?

Thanks.


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Tony

1 week ago  Founder

@Chris: For something like this you would have to use webhooks and set up your own mailing server 👍


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