Form & Function
An online publication brought to you by the team at Formspree featuring editorial writing and technical how-tos on static site generation, HTML forms, and other web technologies you can use to get your site well built and running fast on the Internet.
When you sign on a customer, understanding their needs and expectations is critical. That’s why most service-based businesses—whether marketing agencies, law firms, or consulting corporations—go through an onboarding period at the start of the client relationship to get on the same page and set goals together.
The client intake form is an essential tool for onboarding new clients. It allows you to collect information about your customers’ needs and wants in an organized, reliable way. And if you sync your form with a customer relationship management (CRM) system like Airtable, you can integrate the client intake data with the rest of your customer success information.
If you’re hosting an event, you need to collect information about the participants—names, emails, mailing addresses, food allergies, you name it. How do you do it? The registration form.
HTML is great for making your website look and work exactly how you want it to—but it can be a pain to work with. We’re here to make it easier and streamline the process of adding an HTML contact form to your website. It can also be a pain to make form data accessible to everyone on your team, so we’ll also show you how to integrate it with Google Sheets, which, chances are, you’re already using.