Form Presenter is a PAID service.
Only the first 20 tests are free as a trial on Basic plan.
Free tests are just to see how it works before buying and should not be used for real tests
Paid plans are available for professionals, schools, colleges, universities and organisations with advanced features and enhanced quota
What is test quota and how is it calculated?
Quota is based on number of tests started.
The tests are calculated by counting successful start of tests through Form Presenter (click of "Start" button)
There is no restriction on number of forms
There is no restriction on number of form respondents (audience) within the successful start of tests quota
There is no restriction on number of questions in a form.
Note: If a respondent starts the test, then closes the browser, then opens test again and clicks "Start" button again, it gets counted again.
Visits on the form are not counted as tests till the user starts the test. Read more on these status at Dashboard
For Monthly Plans:
Balance is allotted based on the purchased plan from the date of purchase
Balance will decrease by 1 on every tests started.
Example: If you have 1000 balance in your account. You have published 2 forms and 40 audiences are invited to each form. Test using the first form is successfully started by 30 audience and tests with second form is successfully started by 35, then your your usage of tests is counted as 65 (30+35) and your balance will remain as 935 (1000 - 65)
Balance will be available until validity (one month from purchase date) or until it reaches zero (within the validity time)
Can take multiple plans and use plans to top-up the balance
For Yearly Plans:
Quota of tests will be allotted based on the purchased plan for every calendar month
Quota resets 1st day of every month if the plan is valid
Example: If you have 2 forms and 40 audiences are invited to each form. Test using the first form is successfully started by 30 audience and tests with second form is successfully started by 35, then your usage of tests is counted as 65 (30+35)
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pay in INR through Stripe or
pay in INR via NEFT/ IMPS/ UPI following the manual payment steps.