Latest Features Roundup: Receive Submissions as PDF, Edit Address Field and More

Hello, form lovers everywhere! We have awesome news to unveil, coming straight from our Latest Features corner and crafted purposely to make your forms even more user-friendly.
You asked and we listened; here is to sum up the features you’ve requested to our support team lately and we are now glad to highlight as ready-implemented. And, of course, we are happy to receive your feedback and votes for new developments you may need.

Receive submissions as PDF

Let’s say you create a consulting agreement form or any other type of business agreement. After your partner has filled in all the details, you will certainly need to save the agreement in a suitable format for printing and storing.

With 123ContactForm you can now receive the submission in the universal PDF format. The PDF will be attached to the notification email that is sent to you when the user hits Submit. To achieve this, you just need to go to Notifications -> Customize Email Settings -> Advanced Email Settings and check Attach submission as PDF to the notification email. Learn more about the PDF submissions here.

Show or Hide labels

Beauty lies in details. For example, the label visibility option may seem a small tweak, but it’s a shortcut for the classical path of writing the CSS code that can help you save a great deal of time. Your form can either display the field labels, hide them or hide the text plus white spaces. You can find the Label Visibility control in the basic edits available for each field in the form editor. Read more about it in our Knowledge Base guide.

Edit Address field

Because we love to be able to customize everything, we have shaped the Address field as a compound of smaller fields that you can tweak individually. Got you dizzy? Okay, let’s picture things otherwise.

The original Address field is a 4-floored construction demanding your form users to fill in their Street Address, Street Address Line 2, City, Region, Postal / ZIP code, Country – pretty standard. Maybe you won’t have to ask people for that much information, so now it’s possible to leave out some of the subfields and only include the ones that are relevant to you (and won’t take up too much of your visitors’ time).
Hope you like the new updates. For the latest news in everything 123ContactForm, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter!

The 123ContactForm Team
The 123ContactForm Team
Optimizing business procedures and improving digital communication through web forms, surveys, polls and online quizzes.

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