New 10-step revision feature streamlines form editing and collaboration, new fonts simplify beautiful design, mass editing saves time and a rich text editor improves the user experience, all in service of helping people build better forms faster
One of the major additions to 123FormBuilder is a new and more comprehensive undo/redo path. Users can now go back through as many as 10 previous actions, making it much easier to correct mistakes or revert to a previous version of a form. This in-depth revision feature can be particularly helpful for teams that are collaborating on forms.
When it comes to form design, users can now apply an even more personal touch using one of the over 800 new fonts added to the platform. The new font library, imported from Google Fonts, gives users more ways to match their form’s style with their brand or just have fun experimenting with a different look and feel for various forms.
Another major feature simplifies mass editing by letting users apply changes to multiple form fields at once. This streamlines the process of adding new label options to fields and will prove a real-time saver for users who need to edit multiple or lengthy forms.
Complementing the additions mentioned above is the option to edit rich text through a new visual interface that will make the form editing experience feel more like word processing. Dedicated buttons with familiar icons will let users easily make text bold, underlined, strike-through or italicized for field labels and instructions in forms.
“At 123FormBuilder, we want to deliver the best formbuilding experience possible for all of our users,” said Florin Cornianu, CEO, 123FormBuilder. “The new Form Editor was a major step forward for us and has already allowed our team to iterate rapidly, delivering exciting new design and editing features that will help our users get even more out of our platform.”
All new features are available as part of the 123FormBuilder platform, which empowers users to build forms that look good and deliver results in multiple languages and regions.