Create engaging mobile-friendly forms more easily, support more mobile devices, and automatically insert targeted experiences in forms and documents with AEM forms.
Governments, financial institutions, and other regulated industries use AEM forms to streamline the home stretch of a customer journey, simplifying digital enrollment and making it part of a consistent experience available to anyone with a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Adobe Experience Manager forms 6.1 Feature Pack 1, released November 20, includes many features to help you develop engaging forms more quickly, personalize forms and documents to increase conversions and cross-sell, and extend reach to more devices. Here are a few release highlights:
- A rule editor allows you to add dynamic behavior and build complex logic into forms without coding or scripting. For example, when a user types a zip code in the zip code field, you can invoke a web service to retrieve City and State data, further simplifying form filling for clients.
- Defining adaptive panels as fragments allows you to reuse content across many forms, streamlining form creation and updates and ensuring form consistency.
- Enabling an Adobe Target framework in an adaptive form image component allows you to deliver more personalized experiences based on configurable rules, offering new cross-sell opportunities.
- A configurable charts component (for pie, donut, bar, column, area and other chart types) lets you visually represent data in adaptive forms and documents.
- The AEM forms mobile app is now available in the Google Play Store for Android tablet users, and is also supported on Microsoft Surface devices and desktops running Microsoft Windows 8.1 and 10 operating systems.
- Adaptive and HTML5 forms and documents are now supported on Q10 and Z10 Blackberry devices