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Create Natural Language Forms in WordPress

By Scott Rollo on September 20, 2018

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Natural language forms are a lot like fill-in-the-blank quizzes you might have been asked to complete back in school. They’re a fun and super-intuitive way to spice up your traditional WordPress forms because it feels like you’re having a conversation right in your browser!

Let’s get started

All you need to do is write a a short sentence and where appropriate leave blank spaces in places you want your readers to fill in their information. And this is super-easy with HappyForms new Story part.

This is a screenshot from HappyForms showing how you click ‘Add Placeholder’ to create your forms…

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A few things to consider

It’s important to know that not all forms best fit this style, so we recommend also reading over GoodUI’s guide to natural language forms dos and dont’s.

Get started for free

Download HappyForms plugin for free to get started creating your own natural language forms in WordPress. And the best part is, with HappyForms you don’t even need to know any code!

One Response

  1. Guy Cooper

    As a user I love filling in natural language forms. Their adoption on the web hasn’t been that widespread though, I guess because they are harder to setup for companies, but I hope more companies take the time to adopt them as in my opinion they deliver one of the best user experiences for forms.

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