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    Website Builder contact form functionality

    It appears there is no way to add multiple choice questions/answers to a form now, the way we used to be able to do in WebsiteBuilder. Will this be upgraded soon with more functionality? I would like to add a built in survey form, without resorting to a google form.

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    Re: GoCentral contact form functionality

    Hi @Trying2Customiz. Thanks for being part of GoDaddy Community! As you've noticed, there isn't a way to add this in GoCentral. As to whether or not it's something that is planned, I'm not sure. However, it's good feedback and I'll make sure we share it with our product team. 

     

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    Re: GoCentral contact form functionality

    @Trying2Customiz 

     

    Unfortunately, that's not a feature offered with GoCentral. I'm not sure what is on their board for feature updates. Typically, that teams design process focuses on software and platform issues first, and then on adding new features. An embedded Google form might be your best bet for the time being.



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