This release, which went live on April 13, 2021, contains Carrier census updates and enhancements to our FormFire Employee Interview. Let’s take a deeper dive!
Available Carrier Censuses
The ability to auto populate censuses are an important feature of FormFire as they allow Brokers to quickly submit quote or sold group information to Carriers. Our team works to make sure that your Employer Group’s data maps accurately based on a Carrier’s specific census needs. In this release, the following censuses has been added to or updated in our Carrier Census catalog for you to use:
- Beam Dental Pre-Screen Census (Added)
- UHC Benefiter Quote Census (Added)
- National General Quote Census (Added)
- National General Quote Tool Census (Added)
- Independent Care Trust Quote Census (Added)
Click here to see a list of all Carrier censuses in FormFire.
FormFire Fixes and Improvements
FormFire works hard to ensure that our users can both efficiently and effectively utilize our system. Let’s look at the fixes and improvements that our team implemented in this release.
For HR Managers and Employees
- FormFire is aware of an issue that some Employees were able to sign their applications while skipping the required "Document to Review" section. This has been corrected. All Employees will be required to wait until items within the "Document to Review" section load and them must check off the “I have reviewed and attest to the information in each of my completed applications” box before proceeding.
- FormFire has updated the verbiage on our Password Reset page to provide clarity on our password requirements.
- The line “Must contain 1 characters types (i.e. lowercase, uppercase, numeric, special)” has been updated to “Must contain at least 1 of each character types (i.e. lowercase, uppercase, numeric, special)”
- The line “Not contain the user’s account name or parts of the users full name that exceed two consecutive characters” has been updated to “Does not contain the user's account name or parts of the user's full name that exceeds two consecutive characters”.
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