We first added forms to Tines way back in the summer of 2020. Since then, they've become one of the most popular parts of the product – allowing end-users to kick off an automated workflow with structured input.
More recently, we've been aggressively investing in improving forms, based on your feedback and our own intuition:
Back in September, we made it possible to add multiple forms to a Story, and began visually representing them on the diagram.
Then in October, we began supporting sequences of forms, downstream of actions and other forms, bringing a new level of flexibility.
Finally, just last month, we started allowing parts of forms to output dynamic, upstream information from actions.
Now, we've added the biggest update yet, and the time has finally come to rename these objects to better reflect their roles. So, (re)introducing pages!
With today's release, you can now:
Style and brand pages with your company logo and color scheme
Add new rich page elements like headings, paragraphs, images, and dividers
Use formulas everywhere, whether that's providing a default value to a form input, or powering an image or text in a paragraph.
We’ll be sharing much more soon – including adding plenty of examples of what you can now do with pages to our Story library.
Any existing forms have been automatically converted to pages, without any differences for your end users or breaking changes.
You can also use all of the new features on your existing forms, once you're ready to try them out.
You can read more about pages in our docs.
We can't wait to see what you build!