Form builder · Database

Form builder/database sites

Julie Krafchick Digital Media Professional: Design, Marketing, Startups

December 2nd, 2013

Does anyone have any recommendations on any form builder sites that also house a database of the requested information from the form? 

Alex Inman Servant to Learning

December 2nd, 2013

If looking for something quick and simple, I use Google Forms.

Alex Murray

December 2nd, 2013

How sophisticated are you looking for? You could use google forms + google docs if you'd like. It's really fast to get setup. Alex

Eric Rogness Technical Product Manager

December 2nd, 2013

If it's a WordPress website, Cforms II is a great plugin, that allows you to capture information and store it in your wp database. You can link each form to a wp user if you want it to be part of the profile.

Gal Bracha CTO & Co-Founder @blinQ.me (500 Startups B11)

December 2nd, 2013

You can use MailChimp forms.
They allow you to customize the fields,
and you can manage the list of people with their amazing interface

Marcus Matos Software Development & Information Technology Professional

December 2nd, 2013

"Something that would allow users to fill out forms and store the data as a profile and also give access to the data in a database? Do any of these do this too or any other recommendations?"

At this point you're straddling the CRM line. I think it would be helpful if you post the complete requirements so you get helpful feedback.

Assuming there are no additional requirements, Google Docs may be enough to handle your needs.

Shannon Code Chief Architect

December 2nd, 2013

I've seen google forms with storage in google docs work quite well for a few people.

Anonymous

December 2nd, 2013

Wufoo and Zoho both have pretty good solutions. 

Alasdair Clements Co-Founder, GoCAR GPS-Guided Tours

December 2nd, 2013

Gravity forms

Helen Adeosun

December 2nd, 2013

Wufoo is working out pretty well for us now and integration with payment systems. There are cheaper versions of Wufoo but I like the security. Good luck, Helen

Daniel Ice

December 2nd, 2013

I would throw in another vote for Wufoo.  Great tool and lots of integrations.