Roadmap Post February 2018: What’s Ahead for Q1


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Disclaimer: As of June 2018, Form Builder 5.0 is the default version of the FormAssembly Form Builder.

Is it really already February? While you’re making progress on your resolutions for 2018, we’re moving forward on our own plan for success in the new year. From our product team’s standpoint, that means releasing new features and fixes that improve your experience of FormAssembly.
Here’s a brief overview of what’s in store for Q1 and beyond!
(Please note: Release dates are subject to change.)

Form Builder 5.0

Release Date — June 2018
Description of the Update: Version 5 of our Form Builder is scheduled for release this quarter and will include multiple fixes and improvements to further simplify the process of building forms. We’ll provide more details on what improvements are coming as they’re available.
Benefit to You: A better and constantly evolving form building solution.
Estimated Release: Q1 2018

Theme Editor v. 2

FormAssembly Release 5.0.0-5.1.1: Enterprise & Compliance Cloud 10/10/2018; Professional & Premier 10/8/2018
Description of the Update: You’ve seen the screenshots of the prototype; now get ready for the real thing. In conjunction with Form Builder v. 5, we’ll release the new theme editor, which features a more cohesive look with the rest of your FormAssembly experience and simplifies the styling options.
Benefit to You: A more attractive interface and the ability to more easily create modern-looking forms.
Estimated Release: Q1 2018

Response Search

FormAssembly Release 5.1.2: Enterprise & Compliance Cloud 10/30/2018; Professional & Premier 10/17/2018
Description of the Update: This development may be familiar to you; you may have even requested it at some point! With Response Search, users will be able to search form responses to find specific pieces of information.
Benefit to You: Navigate your form responses more easily.
Estimated Release: Q1 2018

Would you use these features? What other improvements are you excited to see? Let us know in the comments below.

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