With its advanced contact form builder, you can use Wix to easily create and publish online forms for all your needs, like lead generation, orders or surveys of any complexity.
Wix Forms is part of a product called Wix Ascend, which is free to use. You won’t pay for building a simple form but if you need more complex solutions (online payments, online signatures, file upload, etc.) or if you have more than 3 forms on your website, you will need to purchase a premium plan for Wix Ascend. (This is on top of any existing Wix premium plan, as Ascend is a separate product.)
Choose from a variety of form templates and then personalise the look, structure and content of your form: The customisation options are endless. You can add the following types of fields:
text (short or paragraph)
URL (web address)
date picker & time
checkboxes & drop-downs
In addition to design customisation, each field has its own internal settings, such as whether it is compulsory, how the submitted information should be synchronised with your database (CRM), file upload requirements, and so on.
Form automations and data management
The best part of Wix Forms is its data management capabilities. In a few clicks, you can set up automatic emails, messages, notifications and more. Once a form is submitted, the user will receive the message that you choose, when you choose (immediately or at a set time).
All your form submissions are automatically added to your Wix CRM, a table where your data can be filtered, sorted, and exported for use with external platforms. Data from each form is stored in its own table. You can also specify a synchronisation path for each form field, so that the element is automatically added to a customer record. For example, if you created a form with a “position” field, you could connect it with CRM and all customer records would have a "position" column where the form field data is saved.