Zengagers have just released an update to WebToolz that allows you to do conditional dropdowns in forms - to as many levels as you need and all using IQA. Making compelling online forms has never been so easy!
Have a gander at the video below to see how it's done.
Take any RSS enabled content, and connect to it from this iPart. It brings in the RSS feed elements as tokens, which you can then arrange to look like a news feed, blog, or even just like regular RiSE content - just using the HTML editor in RiSE.
Connect your feed to an IQA query to conditionally display the feed if the query returns results - so you can link it to the currently logged in user.
Drop the iPart on any RiSE page, and you have personalised 3rd party content, right where it's most engaging.
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Rethink is one of the largest mental health charities in the UK and they have a large number of members and are actively recruiting to increase their membership supporters. They use Umbraco as their main website CMS , and they needed various signup forms put into this website to help in recruiting more contacts and possible supporters as well as helping their beneficiaries to get the care they needed.
Most CRM databases come with some sort of API these days, but organisations really need to understand what is in the API if they are to get real value and actually make the API connect their various systems. Here are a few pointers on what to look for in a CRM API
A) Types of web-service API. There are various types of web-services APIs and quite frankly if your CRM does not have a web-services API, the costs and risks of integrating to the cloud are going to be prohibitive. Here are the most common types on order of their usefulness
* Preprocessing for assigning ID's to transactions is possible
Here are a few of the amazing things you can do with Viewz -