Introducing the removal of Tripetto branding
As you may know, we launched a very big update to the Tripetto Studio last week. The reactions were overwhelming, so thanks for all your kind messages 🙏
In the days that followed we received several requests if it was possible to remove the Tripetto branding from the forms. Our first answer was 'No, not yet', but it got us thinking...
Why we show our branding
Everything in the studio at tripetto.app is free for now, as we focus on growing our user base. In exchange for the free usage, we show our name at some subtle places inside each form. This has a high value for us in our growing ambitions, as that's the best commercial spot we can have. Hopefully people that see your Tripetto forms want to know more about it by simply clicking on our name.
A possible downside on always showing our branding is that professionals often cannot use our forms, as they don't want a third party name on their forms. But of course we also want them to be able to use Tripetto, so we went searching for a quick solution to remove our branding.
No-code solution, using our own forms
Luckily we already prepared the removal of branding inside our forms. The missing link was the possibility from within the studio to purchase, pay and enable it. But with limited development time, we weren't able to build a whole payment system and let that take care of the whole process.
So we went searching for an easier solution. And we didn't have to look very far:
We can just use our own Tripetto forms inside our own Tripetto Studio to sell our own first Tripetto premium feature! 🤯
This is how the result looks. Please keep reading to learn how we used the benefits of Tripetto forms to make it a no-code solution.
🛒 Embed the form inside our studio
Tripetto forms can be seamlessly embedded inside websites, apps and other software. We created a button inside our Tripetto Studio and that button just opens up the embedded form to request for branding removal, right inside the studio.
🎨 Style the form
Tripetto forms can be styled exactly the way you like/need. We styled our form in such a way it fits perfectly inside our studio interface. And we gave it a personal feeling by using the chat form face. If you wouldn't know better, you'd think you were talking to a real person inside the studio itself!
📣 Let the studio talk to the form
Tripetto forms can be fed with data to use in the form. We send the account and form data to the embedded request form and read that data inside the form with hidden fields. The user does not have to supply this data; the form is so smart it already knows all required data to quickly finish the request.
🙋♀️ Let the user agree pricing and terms
Tripetto forms of course can gather inputs of users. We primarly use the Yes-No question block to let the user agree on pricing, the process and our terms.
📫 Send a confirmation email to the user
Tripetto forms can send emails to an email address that's entered inside the form, including the form data. In this case we use the email address of the Tripetto account to send a confirmation mail to the user.
🔔 Send the request data to Tripetto's Slack
Tripetto forms can send notifications to Slack for every new entry, including the form data. We receive every new request in a centralized Slack channel, where we also keep track on the progress of the follow-up. In this way the whole team always knows the up-to-date status of each request.
All inside a Tripetto form without a single line of code!
In this showcase we used a Tripetto form inside our own studio to initiate the request process. A nice example of how Tripetto forms can help you to create no-code solutions within just a few hours.
You could even extend this by automating more follow-up processes with Zapier integrations. You could for example use Zapier to connect your form to your payment processor (like PayPal) and let Zapier create a new payment request for each new entry. With 2.000+ Zapier apps, the possibilities really are almost endless.
So, what are you going to automate with Tripetto, without any coding? And hey, while you're doing that, don't forget you can remove the Tripetto branding inside your forms! 😉