This module adds a section to the bottom of the Settings » Main tab containing whatever additional settings you want. These settings can be accessed and used outside of Form Tools through custom PHP calls.
Deprecated This very simple module adds a "Create Blank Form" button to the bottom of the administrator's Forms page which lets you bypass the Add Form process if you don't have an actual form. Note: this module is only relevant for old versions of the Form Tools Core (2.0-x). Form Tools 2.1.x has this feature built in.
This module keeps a paper trail of changes to all client accounts, from the moment they are created until they are deleted. It tracks all logins, logout, permission changes and account updates, which can helpful for security auditing purposes. It also provides a simple UI to browse all changes.
Deprecated This module contains all the default field types available for your forms: input fields, textareas, radios, checkboxes, dropdowns, multi-select dropdowns, phone number fields, dates, times, and code/markup fields. It's installed automatically for all Core installations from 2.1.5 to 3.0.0. As of 3.0.0 this module is part of the Form Tools Core.
This module lets you construct your own field types for use in your forms. Need to add some settings to an existing field type? A new validation rule? A totally new field type? This is the place!
Visualize your form submission data through pie charts, column charts, bar charts, line charts and area charts.
Deprecated This module checks the integrity of your Form Tools database. If you're using Form Tools 2.1.5 or later, use the System Check module instead.
This module controls the ways in which your form submission data may be viewed and downloaded in bulk. Excel,Printer-friendly HTML, XML and CSV formats are included by default but you can create and customize the data to be exported in whatever format you need.
Provides a simple file upload field for use in your Form Tools fields. Compatible with 2.1.0 and later.
This module lets you backup an entire form, including individual components like Views, email templates and submission data. It's also handy for making copies of forms.
Automatically publish any forms directly onto your website. No programming knowledge needed!
This module lets you choose a Google Maps field type to let you visualize an address on a map.
A simple "Hello World" module written for module developers to illustrate the installation, de-installation script and some simple database interaction.
A simple "Hello World" module to show module developers how to implement tabs in their modules.
A simple "Hello World" module written for aspiring module developers, to illustrate the components of a bare-bones module.
This module gives programmers unprecedented control to attach their own functionality to the Form Tools code. It lets you execute your own code at any particular event like form or submission updates, email submission etc. as well as display your own content in the Form Tools UI.
This module adds an additional security layer to Form Tools user accounts, letting you maintain a whitelist or blacklist of IP addresses to prevent unwanted logins.
The Pages module lets you define your own custom Pages to link to from within the Form Tools UI.
This module provides an alternative way to view the data stored in your forms. It creates pages that list all available Views, along with the various all export options - in convenient table format. That is often a more preferable way to show the available ways to download and view the submission data.
This module converts a form submission into a simple user account, letting the individual who submitted the form log in to edit their values.
Keeps a log of all changes made to form submissions, provides a panel on the administrator's Edit Submission page to browse the changes, and provides options to restore older versions and undelete submissions.
This module provides advanced controls for form submission IDs: resetting or changing the submission ID number.
This module is for PHP programmers who'd like to examine the incoming data prior to adding to the database. It lets you add custom PHP to do things such as filtering out or tweaking invalid form values, redirect to alternate pages, combine form fields or to prevent the submission from being added.
This module lets you use Swift Mailer (which uses SMTP) to send Form Tools email notifications, overriding the default mail() functionality. The module supports both PHP 4 and 5.
This replaces the older Database Integrity module. It offers various tests to analyze and repair your Form Tools installation.
This module lets you override virtually any string that appears in the Form Tools UI, allowing you to customize the text content of the program while preserving compatibility with upgrading.