New mobile form features and integration options added to ProntoForms

Amazon Web ServicesProntoForms is pleased to announce the availability of new elements to our mobile App and platform. Our R&D team is continually adding and upgrading product features and the user experience, adapting and delivering according to what our customers want and what the market dictates.

Here’s what’s new this month:

Automatic Dispatching?

The submission of a mobile form can now automatically trigger the dispatch of a second form, with our new ProntoForms Dispatch Data Destination. Administrators can combine this with the new dynamic ProntoForms Group Data Source and with filtering rules to create mobile work flows.

Click here to learn more about applying filtering to data destinations.

New Data Destinations

Zendesk Data Destination?

ProntoForms users who also use the excellent Zendesk online help desk service can now configure their mobile forms to optionally create a support ticket.

Click here for more information about this feature.

Amazon Web Services Data Destinations and Dynamic Data Destinations?

We are pleased to introduce two new forms of integration with Amazon’s very popular and cost-effective Simple Storage Service (S3). The ProntoForms Amazon S3 dynamic data source feature will periodically fetch your data source files (CSV, XML, or JSON) from an Amazon S3 storage bucket. The new S3 data destination allows secure storage of your mobile form document (PDF, DOCX, HTML) and data files (XML, JSON) in your Amazon Web Services account.

Group SMSSMS (Text Message) Data Destination?

Your important mobile form submissions can now trigger a text message. Configure an SMS Data Destination with a filter that will identify important submissions from your team, and you will receive notifications on your phone as they are submitted.

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Mats LindebergMats Lindeberg
As ProntoForms’ Communications Manager, Mats leads a team of talented writers who provide written content for web, marketing collateral, social media, and PR. When he’s not moving commas around, he’s coaching Little League baseball and playing keys in a cover band. Mats has a degree in Journalism from Stockholm University.