Since its release in February, Adobe FormsCentral has been getting a lot of attention: as a super simple way to build an HTML form and collect, organize, and analyze responses, it cuts a compelling figure in the field. However, one thing we heard from you all from the get-go was: “When will I be able to embed a form in my web page instead of just adding a link to that form?”
Well, great news! That day is today: beginning now, you can choose to embed a form that you’ve created in Adobe FormsCentral, and those responses that you garner from the embedded form will still be sent straight back to your form file there. You can use this feature to embed your HTML form in a web page that you own, or even in a PDF portfolio that you’re compiling in Adobe Acrobat. This update also allows for you to control the width of your form so that it can be formatted to fit the dimensions of the space in which you’ll be embedding it.
Thanks, everyone, for supporting FormsCentral and for all of your great suggestions; we love to hear what you have to say, and your requests let us know what kind of stuff we should be adding to the product – that’s where this feature came from! If you have more ideas for us, please feel free to post them to the FormsCentral Ideas forum: