You fill out a form, then see where everyone else is from who also filled out the form.
September 8, 2008 8:08 AM Subscribe
Is there a WordPress plugin that will let me make forms for people to fill in, and then dump the results to the database instead of emailing the results to me? I want reports with Google Charts (specifically the US and World maps).
posted by Wild_Eep to Computers & Internet (6 answers total)
There are at least a dozen different survey/questionnaire/poll/form plugins, but nearly all of them merely email submissions to a given address.
I want to be able to maintain real-time statistics about who has filled out a form so that I can tie it to the APIs from Google Chart
and produce maps for my site. Ideally once I set this up, it should run without any interaction from me. (No exporting data to create a report manually). I'm not worried about spoofing for now.
So far I've only found two contenders:
, which is close but doesn't seem to support the mapping report that I'm interested in.
, which hasn't been updated to support recent versions of WordPress.
Is there something out there that I'm missing?