Roadmap SeriesLearn about new features. Share your feedback.
What is the Roadmap Series?
We’re always working to improve the FormAssembly experience from better UX and UI to more features and greater security. Here’s where you can get an inside look at what features we’re developing and give us your feedback on these features or any others that you think we should develop.
How the Roadmap Series lets you get involved
- Learn about the features we’re working on
- Comment with questions and new feedback requests (We’ll respond by email or the blog comments if we need more information.)
- Share specific use case information for our new feature research
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...read more
You asked, we answered. In this roadmap post we’ll go over a few upcoming and in progress developments to FormAssembly that benefit our users by making FormAssembly easier to use, more functional, and more secure. We also want to know your thoughts on a new feature...read more
The FormAssembly product roadmap series is a series that replaces the ideas forum as a way to show off new and upcoming features, gather feedback, and start a conversation with our users (read: you!) about how we’re continuously working on making FormAssembly better...read more
How we use product feedback
We receive product feedback in multiple different channels, whether that’s a Twitter post, email, phone call or in-person meeting at a tradeshow. We collaborate internally and share feedback with the product team members who evaluate and assess the request before launching a new feature or improvement in our product management system.
Recent FormAssembly Product Update Notes:
In FormAssembly 4.6.15, we resolved several issues, including an issue where forms published via iframe (including the FormAssembly Lightning Component within Salesforce) would not prefill properly with secure parameters. See the full list below. Released to...