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Doculicious 3.1 - Custom emails, validation and more

Another release of our web form and PDF builder - Doculicious 3.1. It's late and I'm tired, so not going to write much, but I created a new doculicious form that explains it all. The biggest change is the Custom Emails. Now you can use fields in your form to determine who gets an email with the PDF attached. Either let people type in their email address (doculicious will validate it too) or use a drop down list to determine who gets an email (or both. Yes, you can set 2 custom email options for each form). Great for when you need to send the form to different people within your company depending on some chosen field.

So, here's the sample form. If you want to see the final PDF, make sure you put in your email address and click one of the new submit buttons (which are another great feature . use your own images and turn off our default submit buttons if you don't like them). Enough talk. Sleep.


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