Help Us Test Our New Twitter Integration Feature!

Hey everyone, we’re finishing up work on our new notification platform and was hoping we could get more of that great testing action from you guys. We got so much wonderful feedback from when we were polishing up our [pagination features](http://www.wufoo.com/2009/11/10/help-us-test-pagination/).

The new system we’re working on will allow you to send notifications about new entries submitted to your form to third party web applications like Campaign Monitor, MailChimp and FreshBooks! All you have to do is take a minute to fill out this [integration test form](https://master.wufoo.com/forms/m7w9p5/) to help us work out the kinks.

Help Us Test Our Notification Platform!

In the test form we’ve created above, we’re using our new Twitter integration features to show off who’s coming to a virtual beach party by using the data sent through the Wufoo form. Should be fun!

Thanks in advance and wish us luck!

Comments

  • Brilliant. This will be really useful … esp. looking forward to Twitter integration.

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Jonathan.
  • I hope to be one of the first that uses the freshbooks integration.

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Dan Cameron.
  • HI ! This is all very exciting.

    I want to say, if you’re going to integrate MailChimp, this should be a capability that is built AMBIENTLY into the forms. In other words, the form could be “sign my mailing list” or “order form” or anything else, and a checkbox can be set by the form creator “submit data to mailchimp?” on the form level. that way you can, for instance, add all customers to a mailchimp list as they order your t-shirts, without the need for a second signup, which is what i can do with formspring. this suggestion almost implies that mailchimp enabling be done on the Notifications screen, I’m sure you already thought of this…

    next up – calculations !!! 🙂 great job wufoo

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Srini.
  • @Srini, you’re in luck (for the most part)! That’s the way we’re handling it. For example, you’ll be able to configure your form to transmit a name and email to a pre-configured MailChimp list upon submission. You’ll configure this through the ‘Notifications’ section for each form.

    One thing we won’t have, though, is only submitting the data to MailChimp only if a certain field is checked off. It’s either every time the form is submitted or not at all.

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Tim Sabat.
  • This feature is very impressive. I have never seen anything like it; and I have used FormSpring, FormSite, SurveyMonkey, and SurveyGizmo!

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Michael.
  • @Tim I know you guys are planning to implement ‘logic/branching’, but why even add this feature for MailChimp or CampaignMonitor if there is no logic? I mean, both those services already supply you with solutions to add subscribe forms to your own site.

    I know I’ve been patiently awaiting this feature for over a year, and it seems to have fallen short with no logic.

    Still hasn’t bugged me enough to use a different service though, I just think that feature would put you guys so far above and beyond your competition. Keep rolling out those new features!

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Austin Siewert.
  • Austin, we have many features in active development at once and so it just happened that these features were completed before logic and branching were.

    We’re actively developing logic and branching right now (and like with all our features, we’re doing our best to add our own unique touch and polish to the implementation), but we do believe there is still a lot of value by launching these integration features, even if Wufoo does not have logic yet.

    We really do appreciate your patience and loyalty, and I can promise you that we will do our best to wow you when we do release the features you’re looking for.

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Chris Campbell.
  • Your D Hack blog I commented on. You put up a link to no comment link to foa.ms. Then your parent did not like my comment, Yahoo erased thousands of links, in an instant. Hundreds of pages have a blank flickr badge. Your survey and your tactics are not as cool as URLoss.

    Posted January 13th, 2010 by Snitched on dead.

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