Nextcloud Forms lets you can create as many forms, with as many questions, and shared with as many people as you like – without any limitations. The Forms app lets you choose from a range of question types such as checkboxes, multiple choice, dropdowns, short answer and long text.
You keep your form and the data you collect on Nextcloud. And you can easily analyze and share the results with our pretty and insightful graphs.
This is free and open source software.
- Simple design: No mass of options, only the essentials. Works well on mobile.
- View & export results: Results are visualized and can also be exported as CSV in the same format used by Google Forms.
- Data under your control! The survey info and responses are kept private on your instance.
- Share Forms via link to anyone, or even directly to specific users on your Nextcloud server or to the whole Nextcloud instance. For improved security it is possible to set an expiration date.
- Responses are visualized either as summary statistics with charts which make it easy to analyze the results. You can also see the individual responses if you need to dig deeper or have a small number of respondents.
- Export format is compatible with the format used by Google Forms to work with any tool or workflow designed for integration with that.
Developer: Nextcloud developers
License: GNU Affero General Public License
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