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It is now possible to sort form submissions, to make it easier to navigate large amounts of submissions.
New WorkingModeService service class determines whether the Forms add-on is working in non-js mode. Default implementation returns a setting from Forms.config. You can override the IsWorkingInNonJSMode method to decide when the Forms should work in non-js mode for each and every request.
You now can drag and drop form elements into the FormArea in All Properties view.
Support for validation of multiple elements at once
The Episerver Social platform is a collection of extensible services for defining and collecting community-generated content.
Comments-manage and deliver hierarchical, user-generated content
Ratings-allow users to quantify the value of your content and products
Groups- aggregate users and content to build digital communities
Moderation-review and control user contributions
Activity Streams-broadcast your audience's engagement with your application
A key performance indicator (KPI) records when a website visitor performs a desired action, such as clicking an add button, or completing a sale. You can create custom KPIs, using goal objects in the KPI framework, for use with Episerver A/B testing or any other package that relies on creating instance-based goal objects. See also: Key performance indicators.
Time on Page A client side KPI that turns an A/B test view into a conversion if a site visitor included in an AB test remains on an A/B tested page for a user-specified amount of time.
Site stickiness This new KPI, Site Stickiness, allows a CMS editor to select a target page and a timeout period (1-60 minutes). The A/B test counts a conversion if a visitor goes from the target page to any other page on the website during the set time period. If the visitor closes the browser and then opens the target page again within the specified time period, a new page view is not counted. However, a conversion is counted if the visitor goes from the target page to another page during the second visit.
A new gadget, Archived Tests, has been added to the A/B testing feature. The gadget displays all archived tests run on the currently displayed page. It can be added either to the navigation pane or the assets pane.
A/B testing now works on sites with multiple languages.
You can now add up to five conversion goals when creating an A/B test. You can also decide if one of the conversion goals should be more important, or less important, than the others when determining a winning version. When viewing the A/B test details screen and using multiple conversion goals, the test results show how the test versions are performing against the selected conversion goals. See the Episerver User Guide for more information on how to create an A/B test with multiple conversion goals.
An A/B test winner can now be automatically published when the test duration has ended and the results are statistically significant.
The winner will be the version that has the higher conversion rate. If the conversion rates are equal, the editor must pick a winner manually.
This feature is set in the admin view under Admin>Config>AB Testing Configuration. If it is enabled (set totrue), it affects all A/B tests on the site. The default setting isfalse.
An option has been added to the MAI Admin screen to allow admins to turn off the auto-fill feature for forms mapped to MAI connectors.
Support added for lists.
On the Admin screen, a dropdown has been added listing all folders in the ExactTarget instance. So, a marketer can choose one to filter the Data Extensions.
Associate new leads with campaigns.
An option has been added to submit data from an Episerver form directly to an Eloqua form. So, the site activities of visitors submitting forms can be tracked in Eloqua.
Support for custom fields
New add-on for Episerver CMS 10. Episerver Connect for Campaign is an add-on which connects Episerver CMS, Episerver Forms, and Episerver Campaign. With this add-on, you can collect visitor data and pass that on to Episerver Campaign.