Today, we’re very excited to announce the release of these features and the new look & feel 🔥
Request forms is a powerful feature thousands of users enjoy, and we continue to receive a lot of feedback related to this functionality. This is why we’re especially happy to announce this release that will solve a very popular Community suggestion 🙂
What’s New with Request Forms
- New look & feel 🖼️
Let’s start with the visual updates! The new look & feel is more modern and works better with the rest of the updated Wrike platform. We’ve also moved the Settings panel to the left side:
- Add questions anywhere on the page 🙋
You can now add new questions anywhere on the page, not just at the bottom like it worked previously.
- 'Use custom fields as options' button for easier assignment of custom fields as options
This new button will save you time - no need to write the options yourself, just click on it and you’ll have your question ready 👍
- Mapping answers to Title, Description, and Custom fields as the same time with the 'Add answer to' button
We know that many of you wanted to have this option, and it’s now available ✅It’s now possible to map answers to multiple destinations:
- New logic for account- and space-level custom fields
Now, when using space-level request forms, you’ll be able to use space-level (from where this form belongs to) and account-level custom fields available. For the account-level request forms, only account-level custom fields will be available.
What Happens with Existing Request Forms?
Existing forms should continue to work without interruption if you don’t edit them. Once such edited forms are saved, the mapping to custom fields that do not belong to the current space will be removed. What you can do is duplicate such a form to make a change there if you wouldn’t like to lose the old mapping.
We hope you are as excited about these updates as we at Wrike are 🤗
Please let us know your feedback and questions below 👇
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