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neetoForm got conditional logic, stripe payment, webhooks, IP restrictions and more
Conditional logic, accepting payment using Stripe, Webhooks, IP restrictions, Performance optimizations
neetoForm makes it easy to build forms without knowing any fancy coding stuff. You can use neetoForm to create surveys, registrations, feedback forms, etc. Here are some of the new features, enhancements, and optimizations which were recently launched.
1. Conditional logic
We recently added this handy feature that allows you to display or hide form fields based on specific conditions. You can create more personalized and efficient forms by showing follow-up questions based on the previous responses.
For instance, if someone selects a cake with decoration options, you can apply conditional logic to prompt a follow-up question asking for specific decoration preferences. This will enable you to collect all the necessary details and ensure that the cake is customized to their liking. Learn more about Conditional Logic in neetoForm.
2. Accept payment using Stripe
Now you can accept payments online using neetoForm. It's seriously awesome and makes collecting payments much more effortless.
You can use neetoForm's payment feature to sell products, take donations, or charge for event tickets. You can connect your form to Stripe, so the transactions get processed automatically, and the funds go directly into your account. And the best part? You can club up payments with conditional logic and create complex pricing.
It's easy to use and secure, making it an excellent choice for businesses, non-profits, and anyone who needs to collect payments online. neetoForm doesn't take any transaction fee when someone pays you. Learn more about Stripe Integration in neetoForm.
3. Webhooks enhancements
neetoForm has spruced up the webhook feature, so now you can use multiple webhooks in a single form. This means all webhooks will receive the necessary information whenever someone fills out the form.
Learn more about webhooks in neetoForm.
4. IP restrictions
neetoForm's latest feature is IP restriction which provides an added layer of security by allowing users to specify a range of permitted IP addresses, limiting access to only trusted locations and networks. This security measure ensures that only authorized individuals can access and view the data submitted through your forms. With the implementation of this feature, you can be confident that your sensitive information is well-protected.
Learn more about IP restrictions in neetoForm.
5. Performance and optimizations
In our latest code cleanup effort, we've successfully removed all delegated type extensions from the code. These extensions were previously implemented as a workaround in cases where Ruby on Rails didn't natively support delegated types. By eliminating these extensions, we've streamlined our codebase and ensured that our project runs efficiently and according to best practices. This cleanup initiative is part of our ongoing commitment to maintaining clean, maintainable, and optimized code. We're excited to see its positive impact on our project's performance.
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