Product Releases: September 10-September 30, 2020

Oct 7, 2020 | Product Updates

FormAssembly is always making efforts to improve our product to make it better for our customers. This month, we made some product improvements and fixes. This post provides an overview of the releases we made from September 10 to September 30, 2020.

Summary

  • Added ability for Enterprise and Compliance Cloud users viewing the publishing page to hover over the Custom URL carrot to view the dropdown
    • Release Date: 9/10/20
  • Added ability for FormAssembly customers using Akismet to mark responses as Spam/Ham
    • Release Date: 9/10/20
  • Added ability to hide metadata in PDF through css
    • Release Date: 9/10/20
  • Fixed forms list Configure dropdown closing too soon
    • Release Date: 9/17/20
  • Added search for forms or templates that include special characters
    • Release Date: 9/17/20
  • Fixed Custom URL so when Enterprise and Compliance Cloud users delete or archive a form with a Custom URL, the Custom URL will be removed so it can be used on another form
    • Release Date: 9/17/20
  • Updated language translation files
    • Release Date: 9/17/20
  • Added “no tags” option to forms list tags dropdown
    • Release Date: 9/17/20
  • Updated language translation files
    • Release Date: 9/22/20
  • Updated Google Sheets Connector users to Google Sheets API v4
    • Release Date: 9/22/20
  • Improved various API endpoints
    • Release Date: 9/22/20
  • Fixed form tags so that they don’t disappear when users edit something on the processing or notifications pages
    • Release Date: 9/22/20
  • Removed bulk actions buttons from Template Library
    • Release Date: 9/29/20
  • Fixed Async Salesforce connector to work with valid username/password/token authorizations
    • Release Date: 9/29/20
  • Pluralized all API V2 Form resources, including nested
    • Release Date: 9/29/20
  • Added ability for users on a legacy plan to change plan type
    • Release Date: 9/30/20

If you have any questions about these updates or about FormAssembly in general, please check out our Resource Center or reach out to our Customer Success team.

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