Forms are specialized web applications with their own content workflows that often change over time, and may be managed or accessed by different people than those who manage web content. Unfortunately the form-builder tool that is integrated in our WPM system (JotForm) does not allow enough of the flexibility expected by modern users and content owners.
To better meet a wide range of existing content needs, there is no "one-size-fits-all" form builder in our new Drupal platform. This means we are unable to migrate forms created as JotForms intact from WPM into Drupal. Instead, we are providing content owners the ability to embed forms built with modern forms software that is supported by our IT applications team. Our IT applications team is currently in the process of sourcing an enterprise solution for our forms building needs that takes into account the variety of ways that we use forms at the college. This process will take several months before it is in place and rolled out to the campus community. As we are in the process of migrating legacy content from WMP to Drupal this means that we will need to find temporary solutions to your web form needs.
The following information is being provided to help you assess your forms and guide you to a solution that is right for your needs. The right form solution will vary based on the information being requested in the form, so existing WPM forms need to be evaluated individually to determine the best option for rebuilding them. Any content owner who wishes to embed a form on their upgraded site will need to build a new version of that form to replace the old one using a supported external forms tool OR temporarily link back to the existing form in WPM until the enterprise form solution is deployed.