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The benefits of using a Conversational Form versus a regular form

Deciding between conversational and traditional form types without understanding their purpose can affect the quality and number of your responses.

Online forms are not a revolution; they never were. I can fairly say that every adult person filled at least a couple dozen forms during his life. With paper forms still a thing in many areas of our lives, we are as a society fully accustomed since generations to fill the given space with content in the required format. The digital version of that experience is still very similar. Thus online forms are a natural evolution, not a revolution.

In the past, online forms have been a tedious and monotonous task for any user. However, a new conversational format has emerged in recent years, a variation of traditional online forms. This conversation form places more emphasis on one specific topic. In addition, it allows both sides of the exchange to be more personal.

Deciding between conversational and traditional form types without understanding their purpose can affect the quality and number of your responses. Here is a quick summary of each to help you make the right decision.


Traditional - All of the questions are located on the same page.

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Conversational - Each question presents itself individually.

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Summary

Tools with only a single type of form can close doors to some groups of clients. Meaningless if they have only traditional or conversational kind of forms. Choose a form builder that will let you decide on the best approach to your clients.

In QuestionScout, we give you a choice to use all of the modern forms types. Combined with our robust theme builder, you are equipped with all that is required to create a highly converting and beautiful experience for your business clients.