SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- JotForm announced today a new integration with IFTTT (If This Then That) that allows users of the popular form building platform to connect their online forms with hundreds of new applications. Using the integration, referred to as an "Applet," users create actions within other services using the responses submitted through JotForm forms.
"Our partnership with IFTTT completely changes how people can utilize their online forms," said JotForm founder and CEO, Aytekin Tank. "It's as if there's a whole new internet of applications available to JotForm users."
A few anticipated ways to use Applets include:
- Creating new cards in Trello
- Creating notes in OneNote or Evernote
- Sending text messages
- Posting new messages in Slack
Earlier this summer, IFTTT announced they would open up their platform to third-party application development. IFTTT has Applets for B2B companies, as well as personal use, such as The New York Times and Facebook. JotForm is the first and only online form building platform to integrate with IFTTT.
"We believe online forms are central to any company's operation," Tank said. "Opening up a form's set of capabilities with IFTTT makes for an even more powerful tool using the information you collect online."
Users will need accounts with JotForm and IFTTT to create and take advantage of the integration. Both JotForm and IFTTT offer free accounts, with paid tiers based on usage. To try the JotForm IFTTT Applet, visit the JotForm service page on IFTTT.
Since 2006, JotForm has been at the forefront of easy form creation, allowing users to produce great forms using a simple drag-and-drop form builder – all without any coding experience. JotForm's 8,000 ready-made form templates, 100+ integrations, and more than 380 widgets have made it one of the most popular form builders for companies all over the world.
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