Checkbox v0.12, Released on 21/12/2018

Keeping in line with our commitment to deliver a first class service and platform, we want to ensure our key users stay up to date on new features and improvements to our platform. As such, welcome to our latest Checkbox update!

Christmas and 2019 are around the corner, but we’re not slowing down. Our whole team has been working hard throughout December on more kick-ass features.


File Upload

You can now ask users of your app to upload files during an assessment. Simply add an upload file element to a Form page, and your users will be able to upload files under 20MB in size. A typical use case is when you need your users to provide documents for evidence or identification purposes. 

Read the wiki for file upload here.


Dynamic Fields

We have improved the functionality and user experience of our Form pages. You can now design forms that show and hide different fields based on the user’s responses.

Read the wiki for dynamic fields here.


DocuSign Integration (BETA)

Checkbox now integrates with DocuSign! It is simple to set up your DocuSign integration in our new integrations page, and then begin including DocuSign in your apps.

 When a user completes an assessment, they will now have the option to send a document to DocuSign for electronic signature.

Read the wiki for DocuSign here.


Email Notifications (BETA)

You can now add an email notification to the End-Report block. App creators will be able to define who receives this email notification, edit the content of the notification, and select whether the email will contain the assessment transcript and/or report documents.

Read the wiki for Email Notifications here.


Mobile Friendly Assessments

Assessments now look better than ever on iPhone and Android devices. Demand for assessment availability on mobile is continuing to grow, and we will continue to improve mobile compatibility.

These new features and improvements are just one step further on our mission to empower anyone to build software without writing a single line of code.