Also the Month / Day and Year options are important as well (I.E. for a customer's birthday) ... why don't you have a automatic field for month and day ... I know year can be tough as we all use them for different things and they can go from 1900 to 2015 ... but at least a month and day should be an automatic choice. Along with a person's last name without having to use a custom form for that.1 vote
Would it be possible to create a place in the forms area where we can store a thank you page url so that we don't have to type it in every single time we have to create a form?1 vote
Maybe it's great for folks who want to make minor changes right on your site, but for those of us who used to be able to make html code changes to customize your forms so they are truly seamless on our websites, the new form generator is unusable.1 vote
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Please create a way so that they will sort themselves out alphabetically so that I can rename them with adding a category name as a prefix. I don't like having to always go to the last page to find the latest thing.
Also, can you make it so that we can show all of them on one page so that I don't have to scroll thru pages of them. Very cumbersome on some of my clients to scroll thru pages to find one to copy over to a new web form.1 vote
Currently, order of fields in webform notification email comes out in the order in which the fields were created. NOT HELPFUL. That's a garbled arrangement for our purposes of using that data. I've created a backup email notification from the AutoResponder, with fields in my preferred order, but that pulls data from the customer record when all I want is the the data just submitted through the webform. This problem would be solved for me if I could specify the order of the field data on the webform notification email. Thank you.1 vote
Someone can opt-in with a name like "Bob 4". But if I edit anything in their contact profile, and then try to save it, the name 'Bob 4' is rejected as having bad characters.
same thing for Zip code if the shopping cart expects 5. There are some other fields that it checks for admissable data.
The Shopping cart should not reject any data in the field. It should except whatever. Why can't someone have a number in their name?1 vote
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