Overall Satisfaction with Typeform
We use Typeform internally and with many of our clients for a variety of reasons. From web contact forms, to process checklists and surveys. We even used it as an "online tax return" system for one of our accounting clients to populate all the data required to process their simple individual tax returns.
- Simple and intuitive user interface.
- Clean and pleasing design with nice quirkiness (like Mailchimp).
- Great level of integrations available and customisations.
- The editor is sometimes not intuitive to start with, but once you know how, it's quite easy and quick to create content.
- The performance is sometimes not that great and the webpage has to refreshed and any edits are lost.
- Been great, as it's enabled a lot of streamlining of processes which increases efficiency and accuracy.
Google Forms is a simple web form that integrates with their suite of office apps such as Sheets. The main drawback is that it looks like a traditional webform with form boxes. TypeForm's UI is much sexier and slick and displays one question at a time, fullscreen and responsive. Also integrates with many other apps.
Excellent use case is any web-based data collection scenario. Its main plus is its pleasing and "single question" style interface which makes filling in a form quick and enjoyable. Plus it's mobile responsive so can be used as a mini "app" for many situations. The ability to branch with logic jumps and use calculator features all makes it quite a powerful tool. The user interface and experience is the main reason why we use and promote Typeform. No one feels like filling a form when they can see a whole bunch of question boxes staring in front of them.