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How to Get an Unlimited Free Trial of WPForms (100% Free Forever)

Want to get WPForms completely for free? You can use WPForms Lite without spending a penny. In this post, we’ll show you how to get an unlimited free WPForms trial by using WPForms Lite.

What Is WPForms Lite?

WPForms Lite is the free version of WPForms, the world’s most popular WordPress form plugin. It lets you easily create, save, and publish forms on your WordPress website without writing a single line of code.

So how much is WPForms? You’ll be happy to learn that the WPForms Lite plugin is free, forever.

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And with this free trial of WPForms Lite (that never expires), you’ll get access to features that let you do things like:

  • Create online forms for your site without writing any code
  • Add and remove form fields easily with a drag and drop builder
  • Collect leads with email subscription forms for your email marketing
  • Display beautiful mobile-responsive forms on your site
  • Prevent spam submissions with reCAPTCHA and Honeypot 
  • Get access to WPForms support

On top of that, if you ever decide to upgrade your WPForms account from Lite to Pro (which is incredibly easy), you’ll instantly get access to additional WPForms addons and premium features that let you do things like:

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Is WPForms Free?

Yes, if you’re using WPForms Lite the plugin is completely free. If you’ve like to get added features, you can pay for an upgraded license of WPForms.

How Do I Get a WPForms Trial for Free?

It’s easy to get WPForms free. To activate your unlimited free WPForms trial, all you need to do is download and install WPForms Lite.

Next, we’ll walk you through how to install WPForms Lite on your WordPress site.

How Do I Install WPForms Free Version?

So if you’re ready to get your WPForms trial and download WPForms Lite (it’s free forever and ever!), make sure you’re using WordPress.org, not WordPress.com. For more details, check out our post on WordPress.org vs WordPress.com.

Step 1: Install the Plugin

From your WordPress dashboard, head over to the panel on the left and hover over Plugins then select Add New.

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Next, type the keyword “WPForms” into the search box on the top right corner.

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Now, click on the grey Install Now button next to the plugin called Contact From by WPForms.

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Step 2: Activate the Plugin

Next, click on the blue Activate button.

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And that’s it!

Your WPForms free version is now ready to go and you can start making your first form right away. Next, click the video below to watch a walk-through or read our guide on how to create your first form.

Brand new to WPForms and looking to get started with the WPForms Pro version right away? Check out this post on how to install and activate the WPForms plugin for help setting up WPForms Pro. But whatever you do, make sure to avoid finding a hacked WPForms Pro license key and keep your site safe by avoiding WPForms nulled.

Wondering what else you can do with WPForms? Check out these articles:

In Conclusion

So now that you know exactly how to get an WPForms trial and use WPForms for free, tell your friends! And for more free things to use on your website, check out our handy guide of the best free WordPress plugins.

So what are you waiting for? Get started with the most powerful WordPress forms plugin today!

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Comments

  1. I installed the plugin and I don’t see where the “collect leads” is included in the free version. Can you help me?

    “And with this free trial of WPForms Lite (that never expires), you’ll get access to features that let you do things like:

    Collect leads with email subscription forms for your email marketing…”

    1. Hi Richard,

      If you decide at any point to upgrade to our paid version, you will be able to store and view future entries in your website. However, WPForms Lite entries are not stored in WordPress and only exist in the email notification that is sent when a form is submitted. So unfortunately in this case, the entries are not stored to your site’s database so the only place you’ll be able to find them are in the email notifications that are sent out.

      I apologize for the confusion but I hope this helps.

      Thanks!

  2. Really sucks you can’t view previous entries. What if the email changes and you can’t access previous emails? Will be switching to a different one.

    1. Hi Maira, I apologize for any confusion!
      Currently, our WPForms Lite version can only send the notification emails and the entries are not stored in the database. As an alternative, you can try to integrate it with Trello or another CRM system, that can create a record in its database from the email received from WPForms Lite plugin.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

    1. Hi David!
      You will have to use our User registration form, which is available with the Pro license level or higher.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

    1. Hi Mike!
      Currently, in the WPForms Lite version we don’t store the form entries anywhere, it is only sent in a notification email. Also, to send the data to Google sheet, you would need to use our Zapier addon, but it’s only available with the Pro license level or higher.
      I apologize for any confusion!
      Have a good one 🙂

  3. I have installed wp forms free version and i have configured it very well. When i send a message from the form i created it says message send successfully, however, i am unable to receive the emails. Why?

    1. Hi Sebastian!
      I apologize that you are facing with this email delivery issue!
      Please check out this article on our site on how to fix the issues like this.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  4. Hello,

    I have WPForms lite. When someone submits something on the contact form i get an email however I cant see what they said. Is there any way to see this information?

    1. Hi Natasha — I’m sorry for my late reply here! Yes, you can absolutely include this information in your form notification emails.

      By default, all of our form notification emails include our {all_fields} Smart Tag. This will display all data that a user entered into their form.

      If you’d like to check whether this Smart Tag is in your email settings right now/add it in, you’ll need these quick steps:
      1) Open the form builder
      2) Go to Settings > Notifications
      3) Scroll to the Message box, and check whether {all_fields} is inside that box (you can add it if not).

      I hope this helps! And if you have questions about this or anything else, please feel welcome to reach out to our support team! Since you have WPForms Lite, you can post any questions in our WordPress.org support forum. There, we provide limited complimentary support to all of our Lite users. Thanks! 🙂

    1. Hey Deepanshu — I’m sorry as I’m not sure whether I’m understanding your question correctly. If you’re wondering where you can add recipient email addresses for the notification email, then please go to Settings > Notification area of your form, and here you will see the field to add email id for notification. Here is a screenshot for your reference.

      Please feel welcome to reach out to the support team if you need further help on this!

      If you have a WPForms license, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket.

      Otherwise, we provide limited complimentary support in the WPForms Lite WordPress.org support forum.

      Thanks 🙂

  5. Hi, If i buy the premium version for 1 year and suppose I don’t renew it next year, will i loose access to addons and premium version ?. Should i renew the plugin every year to have access to it ?.

    1. Hi Tech Paced team!

      Great question. There are a couple of things to be aware of if you let your license expire:
      1) The license provides access to support and to plugin updates. This means that if you choose not to renew your license in the future, you’ll no longer receive updates or have access to support. However, your forms will still remain functional.
      Updates are important to keep your site more secure, fix issues, and maintain code compatibility with various services. So while I would caution against keeping any out-of-date plugin on your site for too long, it’s generally not a significant issue for short periods of time.

      2) All form notification emails will include an expiration notice in the footer. This is important to be aware of if you send any notification emails to customers/site users.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

    1. Hi Nick!
      The File Upload field available in any of our paid licenses, but is not a part of the Lite plugin.
      I apologize for any confusion!
      Have a good one 🙂

  6. Hi, Do you have any discounts for a personal website other than the Basic Plan? I am trying to use it for my personal non commercial website and looking for a one time payment for ppl like.

    If I choose basic plan after 1 year if I don’t renew will I loose all the functionality?

    Please let me know. TIA

    1. Hi Kaanth.
      We currently offer a very special discount for nonprofits: 75% off a Pro license (normally $399). So with this discount, that’s $99 per year for a Pro license. The rate will stay the same for as long as you keep your non-profit site and choose to renew.
      In order to qualify for this special pricing, you’d first need to complete this form. This will initiate the approval process.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

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