Roadmap Post June 2017: New Theme Editor Sneak Peek & More

Summer might be slow for some businesses, but we’re busier than ever working on new FormAssembly features for our customers.
Last month, we went over upcoming changes to email print layouts and sensitive data options, which you can read about in detail here.
Read on for more new projects and improvements, and as always, let us know what you think about these or any other changes you’d like to see to FormAssembly.

New Theme Editor Sneak Peek

FormAssembly Release 5.0.0: Professional & Premier 4/16/2018, Enterprise & Compliance Cloud 5/7/2018 (Release Notes)
Over the past year or so, you’ve seen the Form Builder go through a design overhaul, as well as the Reports section and the Connectors (and we can’t forget our brand new marketing site!).
Well… it’s time to give a little love to the Theme Editor, too. Lucky you, you get the first peek at what the Theme Editor will look like! Here’s our prototype.

The new Theme Editor doesn’t just look more up-to-date, but it also will aim to help you more quickly create more modern and sleek-looking forms.
This is just a work in progress, but we’d love to know what you think! Share your thoughts below.

Workflows Update

We’re still working on expanding our current workflow capabilities to cover multi-user processes, and if you haven’t had a chance to send your feedback, we’d love to have you leave a comment below!

Sensitive Data Management and Encryption Improvements

FormAssembly Release 5.2.0: Enterprise & Compliance Cloud 1/30/2019; Professional & Premier 1/8/2019 (Release Blog)
In our last roadmap post, we talked about upcoming sensitive data management and encryption improvements to Compliance Cloud. We plan to release those changes this month or next. You can read more about the updates in this previous blog post.

New Printing Layout Options

The new print layout form options originally planned for a Q2 release have been delayed, but we’ll continue to update you on the progress.

Recent Bug Fixes

Software bugs can really put a damper on your productivity. That’s why when we hear about a bug, we jump on fixing it.
Here are a few bugs we’ve recently fixed:

  • Fix broken link for translation page
  • Fix date validation for specific dates and date ranges
  • Allow canceling Salesforce authentication with security token

You can view more recent changes here.
Have thoughts on these topics or any other improvements we should make to FormAssembly?
Share your thoughts in the comments below and we’ll pass your feedback along to our product team.

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