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Strikingly & Wufoo Give Your Forms a Beautiful Place to Live

By Kayte Korwitts · April 2nd, 2013

Quick? Simple? Stylin’? We’re definitely down with all of that jazz over here at Wufoo and so we’re pretty darn delighted to bring Strikingly on over to our integration party! With Strikingly, you can create a (yep) striking mobile optimized website in mere minutes - no fancy coding skills required. Sound familiar? We thought so too.

Using our handy-dandy Wufoo Form Embed Kit, Strikingly gives your Wufoo form a beautiful place to live. Their professional, elegant designs will set you apart from the rest. Don’t just take our word for it either, check out this stunner of an example here.

To Use This Integration

  1. You’ll need an account on Wufoo as well as one on Strikingly. Wufoo has both free and paid plans. *You’ll need to have a Pro account at Strikingly in order to use the Wufoo integration.

  2. Add a new section to your Strikingly site by clicking on the “Add new section” button in the left editor toolbar.

  3. Select the “App Store & HTML” section. Click on the Wufoo Form app icon and a popup will direct you to login or create an account with Wufoo. Once you’re logged-in, you’ll be able to create and edit your forms. Once you have a form, click “Insert” to add it to your Strikingly site.

Want a visual step-by-step? Watch the video below:

And there you have it! You’ll be on your way to big and beautiful things in no time. Many thanks goes to Dafeng Guo and Teng Bao for striking up this integration. Looking to integrate your web app with Wufoo? Take a look at our Ultimate Guide to Integrating with Wufoo.

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Comments

  1. Awesome and I have to try it out now! Great concept and perfect to send to my clients.

    Posted 3 years ago by jackie Spell.
  2. I have a question. I am a photographer and I take pictures. In this video, you took information from people telling you what they are bringing to the potluck. What about if I was advertising a dish and want to know who would like to order a potluck plate, could I add Wufoo form with the option to receive payment from my customers?

    Posted 3 years ago by jackie Spell.
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