Let’s say you’d like to use data that you’ve collected through your Wufoo forms somewhere else on the web. Maybe you need to take some patient information you’ve already collected and move it into another system. Or maybe you have a recipe blog and you use a Wufoo form to collect submissions from the public – and you want to be able to easily move the best submissions into WordPress to publish. Automato might be just the tool for you! It is a browser extension for Google Chrome that connects to your Wufoo account and allows you to visually map data to form fields. No programming required!
Let’s let them show you exactly how it works:
So essentially you visually “map” fields from your Wufoo form fields on another form. If you can see that form on the Internet, you can get your Wufoo data into it.
Getting started with Automato only takes a few seconds. Head over to the main Automato site (must be using Google Chrome) and click the button to install the browser extension. After installation, you’ll see a tomato icon in your browser toolbar:
Click on it, then click on “Add Data Source” in the upper right. You’ll be taken to a page where you can add your Wufoo information (subdomain and API, which it helps you get) and then you’ll be able to select any of your Wufoo forms as a “data source”.
Now when you’re on any page on the Internet with a form on it, you can select a Wufoo form as the data source, and drag the red squares underneath the fields to the red squares attached to the form fields to map them. Then you’re all set. Clicking on any entry in the Automato window will prefill those fields with the correct data.
Thanks to Adam Varga, James Saadi, and the whole Automato team for building this very cool integration!