Webform module for Drupal

Open source

Webform is the module for making forms and surveys in Drupal.

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Webform is the module for making forms and surveys in Drupal. After a submission customizable e-mails can be sent to administrators and/or submitters. Results can be exported into Excel or other spreadsheet applications. Webform also provides an extensive API for expanding its features.

The Webform module provides all the features expected from an enterprise proprietary form builder combined with the flexibility and openness of Drupal

Please visit the Webform module's documentation pages for an introduction, features overview, and video tutorials.

Why should you support the Webform module?

The Webform and Drupal are completely free. The Drupal community believes besides having full access to open source code, everyone is free to use, modify, and contribute to the software. Everyone is a member of the collective community that helps to build and support Drupal. Everyone is welcomed and encouraged to get involved.

Backing and contributing to the Webform module's Open Collective helps ensure that no tasks fall thru the cracks and help us support and grow the Webform module's and Drupal's community.

What is the goal of the Webform module's collective?

The immediate goal for the Webform modules Open Collective is to reinvest contributed funds to help grow and maintain the Webform module and the Drupal community. 

The long-term goal of the Webform module's Open Collective is to explore and help make Open Source and Drupal more sustainable. Sustainability requires money and ongoing experimentation.

To learn more and share your thoughts, please read about how and why the Webform module for Drupal is joining Open Collective.

Our team

Jacob Rockowitz

Admin

Maintainer of the Webform module for Drupal 8

Liam Morland

Core Contributor

Maintainer of the Webform module for Drupal 7

Contribute


Become a financial contributor.

Membership

Individual Backer

You appreciate and value the Webform module while building out your website or use it daily at your job. Please consider becoming an Individual Bac... Read more

Starts at

$5 USD / month

Contributions by


+ 26
Membership

Organization Sustaining Backer

Your organization wants to help sustain the Webform module and ensure it is maintained, stable, and secure. Please become an Organization Sustainin... Read more

Starts at

$50 USD / month

Contributions by


+ 8
Membership

Organization Growth Backer

Your organization desires to see the Webform module grow with new features, better documentation, and videos. Please become an Organization Growth ... Read more

Starts at

$100 USD / month

Contributions by


Membership

Supporting Sponsor

Your company feels that the Webform module is a vital part of your website or business. Please become a Supporting Sponsor for $250 a month.

Starts at

$250 USD / month

Membership

Impact Sponsor

Your company would like to stand out as a leader and supporter of the Drupal community. Become a sponsor for $1000 a month. The Webform module's Op... Read more

$1,000 USD / month

One-time contribution

Make a Donation / Every Little Bit Helps Sponsor

You can’t commit to anything just yet but you’d like to make a donation. Make a one-time big or small donation to the Webform module's Open Collect... Read more

Starts at

$4.98 USD

Contributions by


+ 2

Webform module for Drupal is all of us

Our contributors 121

Thank you for supporting Webform module for Drupal.

Jacob Rockowitz

Admin

Maintainer of the Webform module for Drupal 8

Liam Morland

Core Contributor

Maintainer of the Webform module for Drupal 7

Acquia

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$2,800 USD

Organization Growth Backer

Deosi

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1,150 USD

Organization Sustaining Backer

Semper IT

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$600 USD

TrainingCloud

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$560 USD

Organization Sustaining Backer

Tomato Elepha...

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$500 USD

Webform module form Drupal 8+ is what Views module was for Drupal 7. Having a power of Google Forms at your palms for Free is priceless.

Gary Gao

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$440 USD

Individual Backer

Dries Buytaert

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$400 USD

Adam Bergstein

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$290 USD

Happy to help support these efforts

Afinode, s.r.o.

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$270 USD

Organization Sustaining Backer

Randall Pitre

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$260 USD

Organization Sustaining Backer

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to Webform module for Drup...

from Nextide Inc

+$100.00USD
Completed
-$2,166.50 USD
Approved
Invoice #40504

Financial contribution to Webform module for Drupal (Make...

from Ryan McVeigh

+$25.00USD
Completed
$
Today’s balance

$6,953.86 USD

Total raised

$11,486.14 USD

Total disbursed

$4,532.28 USD

Estimated annual budget

$10,197.93 USD

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Let’s get the ball rolling!

News from Webform module for Drupal

Updates on our activities and progress.

Webform module’s Open Collective: Rethinking and adjusting backer and sponsorship tiers

If you have been following my blog, you know that my current work situation has made my free contribution of maintaining the Webform module for the Dr...
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Published on May 6, 2021 by Jacob Rockowitz

Webform Cards... To infinity and beyond!!!

​Webform cards open up infinite possibilities that are beyond our current expectations of the Webform module.Our expectations of the Webform module are directly tied to Drupal’s Form API, a robust and secure framework for building, validati...
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Published on June 22, 2020 by Jacob Rockowitz

Sharing Webforms...Anywhere!!!

The Webform module provides all the features expected from an enterprise proprietary form builder combined with the flexibility and openness of Drupal...now available on any website, webpage, and application The
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Published on June 2, 2020 by Jacob Rockowitz