Yes, you read it right, You can now integrate forms created in Jotform to your activecampaign accounts. Jotform is a form builder that helps businesses create online forms to gather needed client information.
According to activecampaign “With JotForm’s new ActiveCampaign integration you can now pull information from forms created with JotForm directly into ActiveCampaign, and take specific actions within ActiveCampaign from the form itself. From a form submission, add a new contact to your subscriber list, update existing contact info, add notes to a contact profile page, create a new deal, add a new customer to an automation, and more.”
This makes activecampaign a step bigger and better in terms of platform integration. So if you are interested in using Jotform and have an activecampaign account, sign up now and start reaping the advantages of this new integration available.
Google Update: Privacy and Upgrades to Password Management
Google just announced a new set of updates which mainly focuses on security. The updates, which are said to be for Youtube, Google Maps, and Google Assistant, allows users to control how much information the company can gather based on user activity. Maps running in incognito mode will no longer record location data, Youtube now allows you to select the duration of your browsing history, and Assistant will allow users to access privacy settings via voice prompt.
And of course as for the final google update, they have added Password Checkup as a new feature. According to google, “Password Checkup will help you choose a more secure password when you’re using something a little bit too weak or generic, and it’ll also alert you when one of your accounts has potentially been compromised. If you’re using the same password for multiple services — something that many people are likely guilty of — that will also be pointed out to you. Head to passwords.google.com to see if your saved passwords need improving.” Password Checkup will be available as an extension for Chrome on the next update.
Chrome Will Start Blocking Unsecure Pages
Google made a move last year of marking all sites and warning visitors from unsecure content with the introduction of HTTPS versus its less secure counterpart HTTP. This time, chrome will up the trend by also marking sites that do use HTTPS but have internal content running in HTTP. They refer to this as mixed content.
According to the team from chrome, “Mixed content refers to the practice of insecurely loading additional resources (images, audio, and video, for example) over HTTP on an otherwise HTTPS site.”
All of these updates are slowly taking effect from the different versions of Chrome coming out but expect that full blast of this policy will be felt with the release of Chrome 81 on February 2020.