Today we’re announcing automatic retries for all our plugins. This means regardless of what plugins you add, from Airtable to Zendesk, you can rest assured that your form submissions will be processed.
Today I want to talk about something we’ve been working on for a while. You may have noticed a change to the Formspree dashboard UI. A few weeks back we soft launched a new design for the main forms page, and forms detail pages. Before that we updated the accounts page, so now pretty much the entire product has a new design.
Today, we’re opening up the ability for all our users to add extra security to their account by enabling two-factor authentication (2FA). We know how important your form data is, so we’re happy to offer you an additional way to secure your account. 🔐 The process should feel very familiar to you if you’ve set up 2FA on other websites. You can set up 2 factor authentication by visiting your account settings and clicking Setup in the Formspree Dashboard.
Nothing says “autumn” like pumpkin spice lattes and a big frontend refactor. At least that’s what we were going for when we started switching Formspree over to tailwind this summer. But we’ll get to that in a minute.
Today we’re announcing three new features for Formspree users.
We’ve expanded our choice of integrations with the new Freshdesk and Gorgias plugins, as well as added more features to our HubSpot and Mailchimp plugins 🔌
We’ve brought Discord and Mailerlite to our roster of form Plugins, allowing you to send form submission directly into your favourite chat app and create custom subscribe forms for your email subscriptions.
We wrapped up 2019 with a bang! Here’s a list of all the things we accomplished since our last update in August.
Formspree has been cranking out new capabilities and fixing bugs. Here’s the latest new features that have dropped over the last few weeks.
Fighting spam is one of the hardest challenges for any form backend, whether you build your own or use a service like Formspree. To help our customers cut back on spam, today we’re announcing three new tools: Custom reCAPTCHA support, authorized domains and the profanity filter.
Hey y’all! We launched our blog! (duh) A few cool things about this blog. It’s f–king gorgeous, right? It has a unique taxonomy feature called Series. We expect to publish series of posts on a single topic, and we wanted a way to link those posts together into a single narrative. So we created landing pages that make these stories and tutorials easier to navigate. We shall see how it goes.