Ask any WordPress dev which plugin they use and you’ll probably get an answer (or two) without hesitation.
With Shifter, there are a few determining factors when choosing which contact form plugin to use. Here’s what to look for.
Depending on your needs one of these solutions may work for you.
Typeform is well designed, packed with features and offers a free plan to get started. Link from your site to a custom URL or embed your form with their embed scripts right on your WordPress site. If you need conditional logic it’s got that too!
While Google Forms is also free, regarding design it may leave you wanting more. You can style them just enough so they match your brand or design but if want to go full custom look elsewhere. Note, some contact forms can feed directly into Google Sheets so look for that feature if you can use it.
You may think of this one as just a survey tool but you can repurpose it as a contact form too. They offer a free plan with limited features but it may be just what you need.
It’s very WordPress friendly, also offers a free plan and Chris Coyer (if you use WordPress you’ve heard the name) once worked there. If you want more dev friendly features they have a great API too.
If you have any recommendations and would like to share, give us a shout!