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Build Forms Faster with Saved Fields

Lacey Jackson
October 5, 2021
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We’ve spent 2021 building Practically Genius ways to automate work, simplify data management, and improve productivity. One new feature that came out of that work is Saved Fields. 

With Saved Fields, you can now save the custom, unique fields you frequently use across your forms. These might include fields that capture information such as, Student IDs, Employee IDs, or Social Security Numbers. Saved Fields makes form building faster and easier than ever by putting the standard and custom fields you frequently use right at your fingertips! 

But that’s not all! For customers using a single sign-on (SSO) provider to reduce password fatigue, simplify administration, and increase security, Saved Fields pairs perfectly with our Field Prefill feature. Field Prefill allows you to map data from your central business systems to standard or custom fields on your forms to prefill data for your end users. If you’re interested in learning more about Field Prefill, check out the video below, or register for our upcoming webinar to see this powerful feature in action. 

We’re hosting a webinar on Field Prefill on Tuesday, November 9th at 2 PM ET. Register today to learn how your team can use Field Prefill to build smarter, more secure forms and simplify the form experience for your end user. 


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Lacey Jackson
Lacey is a Product Marketing Manager at Formstack who is dedicated to creating content that showcases the power of the Formstack Platform. When she’s not creating Formstack Builders tutorials, she can be found reading, playing board games, or strolling with her dog. Lacey is a graduate of Franklin College.
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