Jotform Weekly Updates! March 23 to April 15, 2013

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    Asked on April 15, 2013 at 10:41 PM

    1) Display  User's browser info:   You can now use a hidden Field to prepopulate User's browser Information, see how:
     Example Result: this is how your notification will look like:


    2) Conditional logics:   We have implemented Conditional Logics on payment tool's product quantity


    3)Address Quick Tool:  We have added an option so you can select which sub-field will display or which one will hide in the Address field 

    4) New Integration :   You can now Integrate your forms with Mad Mimi a lovely email marketing campaing 


    5) Set Width on Matrix Elements :   Added matrix width controls -- Users can now set the table width and the cell width of the matrix form element.


    6) Prepopulate Values on Custom URL using Field Tags :   You can now include field tags e.g. {name} in Custom thank you URL to prepopulate field values. 

    Example:{name} - Custom URL or 2nd form URL

    name - Name of the field from the  2nd form where the value will be autofilled. Check this screen to learn how to get field names via Inspect Element.

    {name} - This is the field tag from the base form. Right click > Show Properties to get field tags of the field. This will be replaced with the real value after submissions.


    7) to open in a Window instead of Modal. :   It is now possible to open field to open in a Window. Some user's prefer to use it this way for mobile viewing purposes. Setting it to Yes will open the default modal mode. No opens in a window mode.




    1. Check boxes/ Radio buttons spreading columns can now be seen on edit mode.

    2) Multiple Upload Field:   In the past, Multiple Upload Field will not allow more than 10 uploaded files , but the issue has been finally sorted out by our developers!

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    Answered on April 16, 2013 at 12:11 PM

    Was really hoping for IP address and/or GeoLocation. :-(

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    Answered on April 16, 2013 at 11:31 PM


    The IP address feature is already there, you can insert it in your email notification . Simply insert another row (click on the toolbar) and add the Form Field variable {ip}, label it as IP ADDRESS , as shown below


    On regards to Geolocation, please open a new thread requesting this feature. Name something like "User's Browser Info: Geolocation should be shown on email notification"

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    Answered on April 21, 2013 at 04:04 PM
    As a response to Masalamedia in order to collect geolocation however clunky it is try using Then include in an email or a thank you page a link to your unique page and tag each submission separately by using the submission ID in the URL as the tag. Go to the website and check it out.
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    Answered on April 21, 2013 at 04:07 PM
    And I love these updates things have been getting really crazy productive around here. It always was but now there is always tons of new features and integrations to play with. Great work :)
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    Answered on April 21, 2013 at 05:13 PM


    Thank you for the kind words. We're glad to be of help anytime.

    Feel free to contact us anytime should you have any other inquiry.



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    Answered on April 24, 2013 at 05:49 PM

    Great! I love the User's browser info

    I'm also waiting for the GeoLocation feature (already requested in apreviuos post).


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    Answered on April 24, 2013 at 06:13 PM



    You may like to consider this workaround. You can use the following link appended with the ip tag {ip} on your form notification so it creates a clicklable link that would display all the IP details like Geolocation Information & Geolocation Map provided by{ip}

    Example Result:

    Thank you!

    P.S. If you have any further inquiry, please open a new thread so we can assist you better. Thank you!

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    Answered on April 24, 2013 at 08:04 PM
    Personally I like my workaround better as it also tests for browser features and compatibility. The results can then be tagged in an inbox parallel to Jotoform.
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    Answered on April 25, 2013 at 09:37 AM

    I have also already put a Geolocation feature request in, but just to keep the creative juices flowing, my GeoLocation need so simple that the clever workarounds above are really overkill (and all require manual clicking).

    All I want is a line in my JF notification email that says the form was submitted from Germany, or Japan, or India, or Peru. That would allow us to quickly refer the submission to the appropriate service rep. Having geolocation handle country identification allows us to keep our form as short as possible (e.g. don't have to ask visitor to state their location) and keeps our screening staff from having to open lots of additional windows in their workflow.

    Fingers crossed this will someday be possible.

    All that said - thanks for the ideas suggested above. will actually prove useful to a different project Im working on.