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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Formstack Adds Analytics

Written on November 17, 2010 by Japhet Writ

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Are the forms on your Website getting a ton of responses? If not, why not? If your web forms don't get filled out and you don't know why, it's time to use Formstack's analytics now.

Formstack, a web-form-building app, recently rolled out analytics to help users better understand their web forms. Business sites use web forms for different purposes. Some to intake surveys, to enable users to purchase an item, or even display a simple ‘Contact Us’ form. And with that, web forms are being filled out by different people in varying ways.

Thus, Formstack added an analytics to give site owners a detailed look on how their leads use their forms. The feature informs the site owner on how many people have filled out the given form, which question they did and did not answer, and how many viewed the form but declined to fill it out. Formstack also supports A/B testing, so site owners can run multiple versions of the web form and see which one runs best. This kind of metric can be useful in spotting user experience issues. And knowing which web form can have substantial impact on its respondents can mean getting a lead in business or losing one.

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