HOC Release Notes 220.127.116.11 (September 29, 2022)
This release provides under the hood improvements to make HOC public sites operate more efficiently when interacting with Salesforce. It also provides some bug fixes and new features as described below:
This feature allow users to select from a picklist the appropriate record type before submitting a form. This feature also makes it easier to create records for a specific record type. Instead of finding and entering the Record Type ID from Salesforce, you can now simply use the Record Type Name in a picklist field.
In the example above a form is being created for the Connection object. Using a picklist field, the form can default to a Managed Connection after the form is submitted. This ensures the record is created as a Managed Connection instead of Self-Reported.
This feature allows you to enhance your contact's experience when working with forms. Now you can use criteria or logic to create different redirection pages after a form is submitted.
In the example above, the contact will go to a disaster volunteer page for additional information if they opted in. If not, they'll see a standard success page after the form is submitted.
Rich Text fields in Custom Forms can now map to Text Area fields in Salesforce. Before this update Rich Text fields in Custom Forms would only map to Text Area (Rich) fields in Salesforce.
Fixed an issue with custom check-in sheets that caused a print issue when a contact's name exceeded a specified amount.
Fixed an issue that cause the Copy To field in forms from appearing.
Fixed an issue that prevented the hide label option with form sections from saving.
Fixed an issue that prevented forms from properly using Salesforce list views that were filtered with an OR condition.
Fixed an issue that prevented forms using a Salesforce listview from populating the default value.
Fixed an issue that prevented Listing Blocks from showing data when opened in a new tab and filtered by the current user.