This form is not allowing us to customize the fields according to our needs. We want to add a field for people under certain age, a simple check box that's linked to one of our mailing lists, and we don't have that option right now.
A coaching client of mine confided in me today, saying she feels she has resorted to using Leadpages ($400 per year) for her signup forms because CC's are so limiting in terms of customization. This was brought up as a pain point two years ago at ONECON. Is there a timeline in place for updating the signup forms so they are more customizable?
Thank you for the feedback @DavidB82768!
I've also signed up for Leadpages because of CC's signup forms are limiting. I also notice there is an independant company who provide easier to use plugins just for CC but you have to pay for it.
I really miss the ability to download embedded code after creating a sign-up form. I was able to change the labels for the email lists because I have to label them in the system different from how I want them to be presented to the public. Please give us back the ability to edit the labels plus it would be nice to be able to add custom CSS. I am currently using your In-line forms since the change-over.
I just commented the same thing. Please hear us. This is a massive step back for you as a company.
This stops designers being able to design freely and developers building it.
I refer to sign-up forms; I think you call them inline forms that I can add to my website to get people to join my email list.
1. When you no longer support a form, tell your clients. I had to learn the hard way that you no longer support the form I was using. My big promotion to get people to sign-up was a bust.
2. Make your new sign-up forms adjustable in size so that your clients don't have to completely re-design their website to accommodate your new form.
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