• JUN 15, 2020

    Apprende June Update

    Enforme

    We made a lot of exciting updates to the product in June with more to come this quarter!

    AVAILABLE NOW

    “Create Account” Form Component

    4.0

    AVAILABLE NOW

    Form Builder “Upload” Component Property: Single or Multi

    4.0

    AVAILABLE NOW

    Alert administrators when a product has been purchased

    4.0

    AVAILABLE NOW

    Discount codes are no longer case sensitive!

    4.0

     

    “Create Account” Form Component

    Relating to our new Jobs Feature (link jobs blog post), we have added a new AMS component to Form Builder in order to allow unauthenticated users to create a new user account for your site. This will give users non-member status but still allow the user to fill out the job application.

      Under the “AMS” components tab, add a new “User Create Account component.”
    • When added to the form, this single component will include three separate fields, and the properties will be displayed as follows
      • Label First Name (AMS First Name)
      • Label Last Name (AMS Last Name)
      • Label (Username) - text field
      • Label (Password) - text field
      • Label (Confirm Password) - text field

     

    Form Builder “Upload” Component Property: Single or Multi

    Previously, the upload field could only support one upload at a time, meaning that administrators added multiple upload components to account for data collection capturing multiple files.

    Now, you can allow users to upload multiple files in the same component. All files will be stored in the same folder in the asset manager.

     

    Alert administrators when a product has been purchased

    In certain cases, administrators are required to fulfill specific actions after a user has purchased a particular product. The product detail screen now allows administrators to set up an Email Template attached to the product so that administrators receive an alert when the product is purchased. Never miss a product purchase again!

     

    Discount codes are no longer case sensitive

    Previously, when discount codes were created, if the label of the code was written as “DISCOUNT,” the code would not process if the user entered “discount.” We have changed this so that “DISCOUNT,” “Discount,” or “discount,” will all process properly.