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Typeform

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I’m turning into a bit of geek when it comes to new apps and online tools and love it when I find something new that works well and renders beautiful results.

One such recent find is an online tool called Typeform.

Typeform is a nifty, visually gorgeous, WYSIWYG form builder and allows you to construct anything from details surveys with logic maps, to registration forms, quizzes and pretty much anything else that involves asking another human being questions online. The app’s streamline is “A beautiful way to interact with users humans”.

Typeform uses a freemium/premium model. The free to access service gives you pretty much everything you need to make a really pleasing, well-structured and mobile-friendly form. Paying the subscription fee unlocks additional functionality (such as logic maps and conditional questioning in surveys) and customisation (such as importing your own fonts, graphics etc).

The survey builder, even in free-to-use mode, offers a lot of power. You can use a mixture of open-ended, multiple choice, rating and opinion modelled questions.

rating-style

The app also provides an impressive suite of tools to analyse results, either by exporting them in CSV or Excel format or by generating informative and well-styled reports.

I used Typeform to build a survey into UK legal research habits, which you can see here: https://danielhoadley.typeform.com/to/cAOCAD

Give it a try here: https://www.typeform.com

 

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I am a law reporter employed by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England & Wales. I write law reports for the Official Law Reports, the Weekly Law Reports and the Public and Third Sector Reports. I also write on a freelance basis for the Road Traffic Reports and the Times Reports.

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