Features that would be greatly beneficial include the following when using Request Forms:
- The email field that is populated by the requester at the submit stage of the form should be limited to a specific domain (ie. a company's email domain). Currently any email address entered in this field will be accepted. Someone not authorized could get the confirmation email that includes all the entered data. The current method creates a security and privacy risk.
- There should be an option in the form design to mask or simply not send the submitted data with the confirmation email. The requester should be fine with simply getting an email that states their request was received.
- Additionally, once the submit button is clicked, there's no way to confirm that the email address entered is correct. There should be a confirmation or additional screen where the requester must confirm their name and email address is correctly entered.
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