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For websites with business purposes, this module is a must have. Just install it. People must interact with you in some way. This thing has built in it an anti spam filter, so you don't gonna worry about spammers ;) Great module!
If you're searching something simple, not complicate, ease of use, this could be one of your choice. For advanced things... i don't recommend this. If you search "webform for drupal" on the google.. you gonna find many more, with many more features.
This is a very useful land nice module for making forms easily without need to know anything about coding and designing. I recommend this module to all who wants to make forms on his website.
This Module is 5/5
Simply put, this module is more useful than Fieldable entities and used more than Views. The best module in the Drupal world.
A good module that works. Badly written, unhelpful documentation limits what you can do with your forms. It would help if people know how to communicate to entities outside of their own head.
So easy to make forms from the backend of drupal.
EXCELLENT module. "
$form['whatever'] = array(..." might be a thing of the past! :)
Wonderful Module for Forms and More
Great Module, I've used this module for forms of all types and more. Once loaded and played with, you will see.
Wow that saved me some work
I used to dread doing forms in Drupal. Not so now! This module takes the heartache and pain out of creating usable, validated data-collection forms.
An easy-to-use interface with multiple form element options, great data-tracking information... what more could I want?
The only criticism I have is that there are two different admin screens in two different sections; some consolidation on this would be helpful.
Very good and useful module! After CCK and Views stands next in my drupal sites. So powerful, but so easy to use and understand!
yes, ok BUT
Isn't the goal of a content management system that the content should be managed online instead of off-line? Guys, I do applaud your effort here but it would make more sense if the content that has been submitted could be stored as cck field input and when submitted saved as a node. That would be a real webform.
A work of art
Sometimes we stumble upon a drupal module, the performance, reliability, and utility of which words alone cannot convey. This is one of them. Sheer coding brilliance, one of the top ten created for drupal, no doubt about it.
Exactly what I was looking for!
Great module. All I wanted to achieve was creating a bit more advanced contact form and this module did the job without any problems. I will look into CCK later but if you are new to Drupal and not very advanced in coding I really recommend you to try this one out.
Words cannot describe how useful this module is for me. Creating forms has always been something I have tried to avoid because I could never find a good solution and have always resorted to coding them myself with HTML. What a pain!
Then I discovered the Webform module. It is so loaded with features, yet simple to use. It is great for making anything from simple forms to highly complex forms. Also provides tons of options for displaying the data and/or emailing it.
This module has saved me so much grief. I'm so glad I found it.
Highly recommended. The survey daddy of Drupal
The Webform module is a remarkably well thought out set of features and interfaces that allows you to quickly create simple or very sophisticated surveys, questionnaires or polls for your Drupal site.
It's very intuitive and you have the choice of exporting the results so you can analyse your rdata as well as display it on screen.