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Webform is the module for making surveys in Drupal. After a submission, users may be sent an e-mail "receipt" as well as sending a notification to administrators. Results can be exported into Excel or other spreadsheet applications. Webform also provides some basic statistical review and has and extensive API for expanding its features.

Some good examples could be contests, personalized contact forms, or petitions. Each of these could have a customized form for end-users to fill out. If you need to build a lot of customized, one-off forms, Webform is a more suitable solution than creating content types and using CCK or Field module.

Explanation of Webform vs. CCK (or Fields).
Important issues on upgrading from Webform 3 to 4.

Webform 3.x Requirements

  • PHP 5
  • Drupal 6.16+ or Drupal 7

Webform 4.x Requirements

Webform related projects

Obligatory "Which version should I choose" Notice

The Drupal 7 version of Webform has been branched so that you can download the new 7.x-4.x version or the older 7.x-3.x version. If you want Drupal 7 style tokens or use conditionals, you should install the 4.x branch. However if your preference is towards not needing to update the module regularly, you should install the 3.x branch. Although 4.x is stable (it has to be since we're running it on webform.com), new versions will probably be coming out every couple weeks. Also be aware that because Webform 4.x has several API changes that may make add-on modules incompatible with the new version until they are updated.

Support Requests

Please always use the project issue tracker to report bugs, support and/or feature requests. I don't read the forums and I don't reply to direct e-mails for support.

When you open issues please open one issue for each problem/request don't bundle several issues into one submission. Please search the queue and read the handbook pages before opening duplicate issues!

This Drupal module is supported by the hosted survey-solution website Webform.com and Lullabot.

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