Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Web...

User 2461870 Photo


Registered User
15 posts

I'd love to see more integrations with email marketing. Aweber, GetResponse, Constant Contact.

I love mailchimp, but build a lot of forms for clients who use those email service providers.
User 177533 Photo


Registered User
60 posts

When exporting it needs to have the options like the "save as" has.
It should show the file name option so at least I can copy and paste the correct directory or it should export to the directory I am working in. Exporting doesn't show any shortcuts because i have shortcuts in my documents folder to the correct folder where I export to.
A built in ftp like the shopping cart creator would be great.

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Thanks
User 103173 Photo


VP of Software Development
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R. Smith wrote:
When exporting it needs to have the options like the "save as" has.
It should show the file name option so at least I can copy and paste the correct directory or it should export to the directory I am working in. Exporting doesn't show any shortcuts because i have shortcuts in my documents folder to the correct folder where I export to.
A built in ftp like the shopping cart creator would be great.

http://www.thegallery.us/temp/655.png


http://www.thegallery.us/temp/654.png



Thanks

You are not saving here, you are exporting. The exported form is always the same name as the saved form file name. After exporting, you get the markup and a button to direct you to the file locations.
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User 177533 Photo


Registered User
60 posts

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You are not saving here, you are exporting. The exported form is always the same name as the saved form file name. After exporting, you get the markup and a button to direct you to the file locations.
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when i export i have to go thru lots of folders to get to where i export
but if this option was there i could copy and paste the my export folder
http://www.thegallery.us/temp/6545.png


this has no place to paste in my export folder

http://www.thegallery.us/temp/655.png
User 103173 Photo


VP of Software Development
0 posts

R. Smith wrote:

You are not saving here, you are exporting. The exported form is always the same name as the saved form file name. After exporting, you get the markup and a button to direct you to the file locations.
[/quote]

when i export i have to go thru lots of folders to get to where i export
but if this option was there i could copy and paste the my export folder
http://www.thegallery.us/temp/6545.png


this has no place to paste in my export folder

http://www.thegallery.us/temp/655.png [/quote]
You are doing it the hard way. ;-)

After you export, there is a button you press on the dialog that has the markup. Just push the button and it takes you to where the files are. Exporting is different then saving. You save your form and export the files.
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User 177533 Photo


Registered User
60 posts

i'm just suggesting that the export box needs a place to paste in my export folder location or at least export to the current working directory.
User 56246 Photo


Registered User
16 posts

How about a way to print text that is not a form field but a Plain text field

I have a 2 page contract . Clients fill in name, address, etc, the basic info. Once they electronically sign it, both of us need to be sent a copy of the contract, including the body of the contract.

I can probably create an email with the text in it, but there is always the chance of a change being made and the email not getting updated or a mistake is made in it. Since this is a legal contract, I really need exactly what is on the web page email to both of us. If I could include the text field in the email(s) that would be perfect.

Here is an example I am still working on.
http://hortoninspection.com/contract.php

I am currently trying out the Lite version to see if fits my needs and it does, except for this. I would be happy to buy the full version if it would do what I need.
User 38401 Photo


Senior Advisor
10,951 posts

Hiya Kudzu,

I forwarded a more detailed form of your request to CC. I too think it would be a great idea to have the ability to include the non input fields into the results/replies of the form builder so I did that when I saw your last post. Hopefully they can do something with this as it would be a really nice extension of it's features without a doubt! Thanks for suggesting this and

+1 vote from here too CC devs!
User 187934 Photo


Senior Advisor
20,162 posts

I'll back up the request. Submittable html element with checkbox on /off:cool:
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User 56246 Photo


Registered User
16 posts

Thank you, I think it would be very useful in a lot of applications. But it mine it would be a huge help!

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