You might struggle to see details clearly in this screenshot, but I ended up using a few of the features I wrote about in today's tech-letter.
The first block has a static text ("Hey there! Thanks for taking the time to fill out..."), followed by question #1, asking for the user's name.
Now, I used two different Tripetto features here. First, branches. If the user decides not to give me their name, my form breaks into branch 1 (titled "If no name"); which is essentially me asking the next questions in line, but without ever referring to the user by their name.
I set the second branch ("If yes name") to run only if the user provides their name. If they do, I use the Recall Value feature I mentioned above. Tripetto forms remember values that users provide, so if you fill out this form and for name you enter "Sarah", I can automatically set the form to reply "Thanks Sarah!". Personalised experiences, baby!
Both branches then proceed to asking the user for their email (so I can send them tech-letters), and end with a closing message. I have automated this so that when someone successfully completes a form, I get an email alerting me of this, with the user's answers. I even designed the form to make it look like a chatbot conversation! You can check out my form, and even share this link with others to get them to sign up to The Tech-Letter.