When building forms, allow for two-column sections to make forms shorter and reduce white space. For example, allow a two-column area for a long list of checkbox fields.10 votes
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When adding a Salesforce Lookup field with Required = No, then selecting a record, you cannot subsequently clear that selection. Or, at least I haven't figured out how to do it.
Maybe add a little 'X' to the right side of the selected record to allow it to be cleared?
IMO, this should also clear any fields that were filled-in automatically by a connector.4 votes
I would recommend that the Formyoula email field has the same restrictions as the email field in Salesforce. Currently, Salesforce's email field complies with the RFC 2822 standard: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=000001145&language=en_US&type=1 however Formyoula does not.
For e.g. a user with name@name_name.com is accepted in Formyoula, but wouldn't be accepted in Salesforce. We encountered this error already, and it would be a good improvement if the email fields of Formyoula are aligned with the RFC 2822 standard as well.5 votes
In an effort to keep the length of a form shorter, please provide an option for radio buttons to display horizontally rather than vertically.11 votes
limit the number of characters you can add on the text field and text area field. So for example if I wanted to link a text field with twitter, I would want to limit the text to 150 characters or how ever many characters twitter can take.5 votes
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