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We have just added a table counting your submissions per country.
Discover where your submissions are coming from with our new global heatmap.
You can now edit the title of the default email template and have the option to remove the template title and footer. We have also simplified the custom email notification template and increased the width of all our emails to improve legibility
We have released an official library with Vue composition API functions for Formspark.
We have improved the design and performance of the mobile version of the submission feedback page.
We have added support for Botpoison, an invisible, user-friendly anti-spam solution.
You can now easily search submissions in your dashboard.
You can now disable "Email threading" to create a separate email thread for each notification.
The official Formspark Zapier integration is now in early-access stage.
We now automatically append submission data to your custom redirect URL.
You can now use Formtrack to automatically inject UTM parameters into your HTML form submissions.
We have improved the structure of the CSV export feature.
We have released some quality-of-life updates to the text version of the submission notification email: more data, better formatting and improved support for Zapier's email parser.
You can now report spam false positives via the dashboard and help us train our rapidly improving spam filters.
You can now view your submissions in "table" mode.
We have added Portuguese translations of the submission feedback page.
You can now link a form to a Slack workspace to receive submissions in Slack.
You can now sign up / in with Slack.
You can now use hCaptcha as an independent alternative to Google's reCAPTCHA.
You can now sign up / in with Github.
You can now create multiple workspaces.
The template editor now uses UTF-8 instead of ASCII: emojis and many characters from non-english languages are now available.
You can now sign up / in with Google.
We have added a panel displaying the 25 latest submissions across forms.