How do you create forms that send e-mails in the ondemand version of confluence

We are transitioning from on-prem to ondemand confluence and we have a number of froms built from wiki-markup(we've had confluence for a very long time).

The forms after being filled out, will then send an email to a group of folks to then take some action on.

How can I mimic this functionality in On-Demand confluence?

Thanks,

----Dean.

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You could use wufoo to create a form and embed the Wufoo form into Confluence using the widget connector macro. I just tried it and it worked. The only catch is that the url to the form started with https://so I had to remove the 's' and just use http://to get it to work.

Perfect!! Thank you Bill. You just saved my day.

Also, we are using MailNG to accomplish this today in our on-prem version of confluence.

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Davin Studer Community Champion May 22, 2014

To my knowledge there are no OnDemand add ons that can do this.

That's unfortunate, but I've been finding that same answer. I was hoping that somebody here could enlighten me with a solution I haven't seen yet.

Does anybody know if this is something on Atlassian's roadmap to add in later versions of on-demand?

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