The best reasons to use Wufoo originally were its "fun" and unique design, and its simplicity. The former got old over time, the latter feels done better by even simpler tools today.
If you want a very simple form builder, Google Forms is so hard to argue with because it's free and super easy to use. If you want a fun, uniquely designed form builder, Typeform and more recently Paperform do that in a more professional way. And if you've outgrown those and need more advanced features—such as, say, letting people save half-finished forms and come back and fill them out later, or to create PDF documents from form results automatically—you won't find those in Wufoo either, and would need something like Formstack instead.
Feels like Wufoo's in a tough middle spot where it's not quite as advanced as the older competitors, nor quite as unique and interesting as its younger alternatives.
Email apps come and go so fast—which one has kept you using it the longest, and why?
Inspired by this tweet: https://twitter.com/rands/status/1292522368426897408?s=12
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