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Announcing Feathery

Peter Dun
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Jul 19, 2022
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5 mins

Today we're excited to announce that Feathery, the low-code platform for building powerful forms, is open for public access.

Over the last year, we’ve worked with a select group of beta customers in fintech, healthcare and more to launch key forms and refine the platform.

Now, we’re bringing Feathery to everyone.

Meet Feathery: the low-code form builder for product teams

Back in March, we shared why Feathery was started.

At most startups and tech companies, product teams spearhead the vision for core forms like signup and onboarding, hand-coding them piece by piece.

Feathery’s low-code approach provides product teams with ownership and speed in developing their forms. To do so, we’ve focused on features and an overall user experience that do what other popular form builders can’t—match the high standards of actual tech companies.

Visuals

Feathery offers a fully flexible 2D visual editor with drag-and-drop controls for creating custom layouts and content. Think Webflow-like visuals but purpose-built for forms and easier to pick up.

GIF of Feathery's visual editor

Logic

Feathery fully supports conditional step branches, loops, and multiple entry and exit points to the form, as well as hidden fields and custom code to personalize each user's path as they fill out the form. In addition, you can create custom field validation rules and calculations.

GIF of Feathery's navigation builder

Developer Friendly

We built Feathery from the ground up with developers in mind. We maintain open-source libraries that you can use to embed Feathery forms into your own site. We also offer a comprehensive API for extending your forms with custom logic, styles, and components.

Screenshot of Feathery form rendered by onSubmit code

Reliability and Privacy

Feathery leverages enterprise-grade CDNs to deliver forms quickly and reliably. We’re SOC 2 compliant because we take data security and privacy seriously.

What customers are building with Feathery

Our early adopters have used Feathery to create everything from signup and onboarding flows to pricing calculators, insurance applications, and ecommerce quizzes.

Here’s a preview of some forms they’ve built.

Onboarding forms

Tango, a workflow intelligence platform that streamlines the creation of process documentation, created their user onboarding flow with Feathery.

Screenshot of Tango's form built with Feathery

Event forms

Tapestry VC, an early-stage venture capital firm, created an RSVP form with for their annual meeting with LPs.

Visual of Tapestry VC's annual meeting form

Financial application forms

Upfront, a startup helping car owners save thousands of dollars on their auto loans, built their user refinance application form using Feathery.

Screenshot of Upfront's form built with Feathery

What’s next

Here’s a preview of some of the features we’re launching next.

  • Custom validation rules and messages
  • Calculations and field aggregation operators
  • Reusable layout components (headers, footers, etc.)
  • Advanced analytics and experimentation support
  • Typescript, Angular, and Vue library support

Have questions or feature requests? Join our Slack and let us know.

Ready to get started with Feathery? Sign up for a free account.

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