Tally user experience is quite unique and is similar to Notion. I love the simplicity of its building experience. Tally and Typebot seem to have the same vision for the building experience: what you edit is the final result. They also offer similar generous pricing where the majority of the features are available for free.
But these tools differ in the end-user experience: Tally offers one-page or multi-step forms whereas Typebot offers a conversational experience. Let's take a look at it:
Here is an example of the same form created with both tools:
I built Typebot because I know conversational experience allows you to increase your conversion rate and ultimately offer a more comfortable experience on mobile.
With a Tally form, you collect the answer only when your user clicks on the "Submit" button located at end of the form. If your users are leaving the form at a specific question, you won't even know this. With Typebot, if a user answers only one question, you will still collect the answer and will never lose any valuable information.
Tally looks great on mobile but it still feels like a classic form with lots of questions you have to fill. Whereas with a conversational experience, your mind shift and it feels like you're talking to someone.
Because Tally is offering traditional formatting of its forms, they won't be able to implement advanced features such as drop-off rates on a question basis. This feature (available on Typebot) is a game-changer for marketers who need to know in real-time how their questions perform and where users tend to quit the form.
Both tools offer similar pricing. Everything is unlimited and for free. You'll need to subscribe only if you need advanced features and remove the branding.
|Typebot (Free plan)||Tally (Free plan)|
|Typebot Pro ($30/month)||Tally ($29/month)|
|Access to incomplete submissions|
|Google analytics events|