Fans of Webform CiviCRM Integration will be happy to hear that version 2 is now available for testing. And if you're not already a fan of that module, this might put you over the edge.
With version 1, you were able to:
- Create/update a single Individual via webform
- Log a simple activity for that contact when the form was submitted
- Allow the user to opt-in to groups
- Tag contacts
Version 2 take that to a whole new level, giving you the ability to:
The Drupal core contact module provides a no-frills way for users to email you via a simple webform. If you like that module, but would also like those form submissions to be recorded in CiviCRM, then this no-frills extension is for you.
The webform module is a great way to collect info from your contacts, perfect for things like application forms, surveys, contact forms, feedback forms, etc. The hard part is getting those form submissions to actually link to your CiviCRM contacts... until now.