Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten why you went in there? Our Constituent element was having the same problem! When you performed a search that returned so many results that they went to more than one page, by the time you clicked to go to the second page, the Constituent Directory element forgot what it was searching for in the first place. This is obviously a problem, so our developers are implementing a fix to improve that element’s memory. If only it was so easy for us, right?
Also in this week’s release, Forms can now be scheduled for activation and deactivation. In the Settings section of the form, you can set a start date and an end date for the form, as well as a custom message for when the form is inactive.
Keep reading to find out what else is new in this week’s software update!
If an <iframe> code is added in the Embed element, and it does not include the necessary </iframe> closing tag, the element will add that closing tag when you save it.
We fixed an issue where, if a Constituent element’s search results were more than one page, the filters were not being retained. The element will now keep those filters when navigating to the next page of results.
Forms can now be scheduled for activation and Deactivation from within the form’s settings area.
The credit card type will now be included on notification emails.
We fixed the weird display issue in Safari with horizontal choices in the Forms module. The choices should now stay within the form-builder pane.
Social Media Connections
Social Media Connection setups can no longer be saved without a name being added.