How to Migrate Adobe FormsCentral Forms to Formstack

Written by Sarah Quezada on February 12, 2015

Posted in Form Hacks

Adobe FormsCentral announced the retirement of its form builder on July 28, 2015, prompting mass hysteria and gnashing of teeth. If you are feeling a little overwhelmed at the idea of transferring your forms to another builder, Formstack’s here to help. Before we show you how to transfer your forms over from Adobe FormsCentral, check out this quick comparison of our tools. We are a standout conversion optimization tool focused on boosting your submission rates and growing your business. Migrating your forms to Formstack is easy and can ultimately benefit your bottom line.

Formstack helps you make data-driven decisions that will fill your marketing funnel. Dashboard analytics let you track submission and abandonment rates, referral traffic, and which fields on your form cause visitors to leave. Want even more in-depth data? Activate Formstack’s Google Analytics plugin for even more detail about your form performance.

Your work doesn’t stop at lead capture, and neither does Formstack’s. Jumpstart your lead nurture with custom confirmation emails you can send to specific customers using Email Logic. Your personalized messages trigger based on form responses. Formstack also has more than 26 marketing integrations with leading email marketing, CRM, and social media applications. Start moving your leads through your sales funnel right away!

Ready to get started with Formstack? Here’s the best news: Transferring forms to Formstack is super easy. Seriously, we want this experience to be as painless as possible. 

For a quick, visual explanation, watch this 45 second video. 

For your reference, here’s a step-by-step guide.

  1. Copy the URL of the page with your current form. 
  2. Inside Formstack, select “Import Form” under the Forms tab.
  3. Paste the URL and give your form a name. Click “Import.”
  4. If there are multiple forms on the page, a dropdown box will appear. Select the form to copy, and click “Import” again.
  5. Edit your new form inside the Form stack builder!

For extra long forms, we can have a rockstar on our development team assist in the process. And if you experience any bumps in the road, our Support team has your back. We know it can be daunting to think about migrating your Adobe forms. But we will be with you every step of the way. And really, you probably took more than 45 seconds to read this blog post, so we can do this!